Discussion in 'The Barracks' started by Drew5233, Apr 18, 2010.
And a stealthy one at that!
Morning web (Clive’s spider is bang in the middle of it )
Having a snooze in our son’s garden today:
Bloody hell and he's armed!
Kestrel in a hover
Another Kestrel in a hover...
Was surprised to see this little chipmunk on a lawn in my parents' neighbourhood.
Turkey vultures on a dreary day in Georgia. I've never seen them perched on a building before.
A remoat chance of food
Youngster out for a stroll.
The previous chap was a bit dowdy and reminiscent of a 1940s cammo'd Me 109, so now something a bit brighter. A Splendid Fairywren in his best courting plumage.
Another show off bird, a West Australian Robin. More related to fly-catchers rather than the traditional UK variety.
West Australian Red-capped Parrot . This was literally in my backyard, he was watching his partner check out a nesting hole.
Hidden beetle on a late autumn evening
Wagtail just now, my joint favourite bird along with the robin, and the first yellow variety I’ve ever seen. Pops in for a drink from the tank to our pond but I’ve never been able to snap it before.
That's a Grey Wagtail.
Grey wagtail Bird Facts | Motacilla Cinerea - The RSPB
Yellow Wagtails are a different species.
Yellow Wagtail Bird Facts | Motacilla Flava - The RSPB
Separate names with a comma.