Posts Tagged ‘Wildlife’

After a long while, I finally managed to not only get out, but also managed to get some photos on here ….some of these have been basically processed in Lightroom, and some of them are ‘as is’ – nevertheless, they are photos that I personally like – hope you enjoy looking at these special animals.

This is Mali (Jasmine) – Female, born 16 January 2010

and this is Ongard (Bold) – Male, born 10 September 2010

One of the mums

I loved this claw….

….belonging to this chap

This snake was very active

Whereas this one wasn’t quite a boistrous..

This beautiful Serval was a joy

and this lion had just finished his dinner …one of four brothers who live together

last, but not least – a Zebra…in black and white !

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Pelicans are odd birds…almost prehistoric looking, with those enormous beaks (the largest in the avian world) that have been seen with birds and even small dogs in them !

They can live for 20+ years and can be found around the world. These, not surprisingly, are Australian Pelicans

A wonderful bird is the pelican,
His bill will hold more than his belican. (or belly can)
He can take in his beak
Food enough for a week,
But I’m damned if I see how the helican. (or hell he can)

I went to Ricketts Point today near my home in Melbourne ..a suburban beach which is home to a large number of terns, gulls, cormorants, albatross and a gang of pelicans

I loved how these guys were all cleaning themselves at the same time.

This one appeared too comfy to be bothered getting up..

This youngster thought the whole world is worth a laugh!

In more contemplative mood.

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