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Thanks so much for taking time to look at my pictures and to comment and even better fav them :) Apologies if I don’t respond to comments but I do always try to reciprocate comments when able to. Have a nice day LOL JD
what a funny face! lol. great shot!
they are so weird but so cool too! Wont be around for much longer so it’s pretty special to have them around! Thanks mate :)
– Jenny Dean
Ha, ha, ha, that’s the bird that ate our afternoon tea……..They do take a lovely picture. Great shot Jenny :0)
thanks mate! They are a bit partial to afternoon tea tho! Sometimes a pain in the neck!
Well done JD :) xoxox
Lovely image of a weird birdie.100 years ago, there were fewer than 100 Great Crested Grebes in Britain, their feathers & crests adorned ladies’ hats! Now there are thousands. The Californian Condor was down to frighteningly low numbers, they have recovered through an intensive breeding program. Your odd bird can surely be rescued too. I hope…j
FANTASTIC. Congrats Jenny for capturing this beautiful bird so nicely.
Excellent shot Jen, I can’t believe this guy still hangs around Etty Bay.
Great shot Jenny!
excellent capture jen and good to see him getting a feed….theyre so precious and have really had a hardtime struggling to survive us and the weather…cheers
Great shot of this unique bird !