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  • Forward two and a half somersaults in the pike position...
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Pied Kingfisher getting ready for the dive. I love watching these birds fish, they’re fantastic to see whether perched, hovering or beating the heck out of their current meal... And they are very successful hunters, so you don’t usually have to wait too long for that to happen!
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  • Forward two and a half somersaults in the pike position...
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    Pied Kingfisher getting ready for the dive. I love watching these birds fish, they’re fantastic to see whether perched, hovering or beating the heck out of their current meal... And they are very successful hunters, so you don’t usually have to wait too long for that to happen!
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  • Great Cormorant in the afternoon sun at Long Reef Marine Reserve.
  • Great Cormorant in the afternoon sun at Long Reef Marine Reserve.
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  • Red fox ....
  • Red fox ....
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  • We are very happy to represent Kiwi, Siouxsie and their friends from @kiwiandhisgothgf ! Let’s welcome them ! ❤️🧡💛💚
  • We are very happy to represent Kiwi, Siouxsie and their friends from @kiwiandhisgothgf ! Let’s welcome them ! ❤️🧡💛💚
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  • Cleanup.

Northern Flickers (Colaptes auratus) have always seemed amazingly skittish to me. I have nary few photos of them as a result. A shame, since they're quite the lookers!

While it is a woodpecker, it is more anteater than its wood-burrowing cousins. You will often find these birds on the ground, digging through the dirt and licking out ants with their barbed tongues.

Interestingly, in eastern North America, you'll find Flickers with yellow underwings. In the west...red.

Canon 5D IV, 400 ƒ/4 DO IS II, 1.4x TC III
560mm, ƒ/5.6, 1/500 sec, ISO 2000
  • Cleanup.

    Northern Flickers (Colaptes auratus) have always seemed amazingly skittish to me. I have nary few photos of them as a result. A shame, since they're quite the lookers!

    While it is a woodpecker, it is more anteater than its wood-burrowing cousins. You will often find these birds on the ground, digging through the dirt and licking out ants with their barbed tongues.

    Interestingly, in eastern North America, you'll find Flickers with yellow underwings. In the west...red.

    Canon 5D IV, 400 ƒ/4 DO IS II, 1.4x TC III
    560mm, ƒ/5.6, 1/500 sec, ISO 2000
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