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5 decades of conservation to save the hardground Barasingha from Kanha:




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Birding in Parque Nacional el Ávila in Caracas, Venezuela 1530 meters above sea level

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Looks like a fruitful birding trip,great photos  Like
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(10-18-2021, 04:32 AM)Lycaon Wrote: @epaiva 

Looks like a fruitful birding trip,great photos  Like

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You are right it went very well, it is incredible the big numbers of birds you can find here in Caracas
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watch this video where a leopard attempts to hunt a wild boar. Wild boar was aware of the leopard presence and rightly ran off after spotting him. Leopard didn't abandoned the hunt and kept chasing the boar until it disappeared in the forest.



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animals crossing the Mara River




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Great horned owlets
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These 3 were fully fledged and mobile.  I did not disclose the location of these birds and was able to observe them for a full morning!






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(05-25-2024, 10:56 AM)Hulio Wrote: Great horned owlets
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These 3 were fully fledged and mobile.  I did not disclose the location of these birds and was able to observe them for a full morning!







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Quote:Impressive video of how an elephant kills a keeper who was hurting him

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