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Bigfoot_Mike

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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1395 on: 19:59:32, 09/06/19 »
A few youngsters.












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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1396 on: 20:15:02, 10/06/19 »
Fab pics sunnydale and Mike  O0

Love the fluffy  :) (aka robin)  ;)
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Bigfoot_Mike

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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1397 on: 20:20:52, 10/06/19 »
Thanks April. The first 2 pictures were taken on low level walks in the Torridon area. The last 2 were in the garden. Our colony of feral cats means that we donít see so many rabbits any more.

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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1398 on: 21:04:53, 10/06/19 »
Not a great picture - they would not turn round for me.  Not the sort of thing you expect to find in a back garden on Exmoor.
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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1399 on: 13:53:15, 12/06/19 »
I had to zoom in on the subjects to get any sort of pics, hence not very good :-[


A Pied Wagtail...





Linnets...





A meadow Pipit...





And a Common Swift moth....


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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1400 on: 15:04:36, 12/06/19 »
Very well got  O0
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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1401 on: 19:43:42, 12/06/19 »
Thanks Pleb O0
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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1402 on: 08:14:12, 13/06/19 »
Good ones O0
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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1403 on: 21:59:47, 14/06/19 »
.....The Tree bumblebee was quite a bit bigger than your average bee!  :o
And he has a rucksack too  ;D
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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1404 on: 01:57:57, 15/06/19 »
https://ibb.co/Pzf0KV2


Anyone know if this is a hornet?


Photo not brilliant as I didn't want to get too close.
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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1405 on: 11:29:20, 15/06/19 »
No but looks enormous, so probly a hornet!
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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1406 on: 16:01:55, 15/06/19 »
No but looks enormous, so probly a hornet!
If that is the head of a chive it doesít look big enough to me. Also the ones of my acquaintance were marked a bit more strongly and looked like wasps on speed.  Mind you I also left without too much close inspection.  My mate had a laurel hedge that was stiff with the blighters.  Over to an entomologist.
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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1407 on: 16:23:24, 15/06/19 »
The flower they were on was huge, about six inches diameter, if that helps. Probably makes the length of each insect about an inch and a half.

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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1408 on: 17:28:09, 15/06/19 »
The flower they were on was huge, about six inches diameter, if that helps. Probably makes the length of each insect about an inch and a half.
Ah thatís different.  Clearly an example of stinginbuggerus nasticus, sorry I donít know the common name.
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Re: What about other animal photos?
« Reply #1409 on: 20:25:40, 15/06/19 »
Ah thatís different.  Clearly an example of stinginbuggerus nasticus, sorry I donít know the common name.
It's Nasty B'stard avec wings  :D
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