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in this series I photographed a bee-eater that remove the ingluvia;
ingluvia containing keratin debris which were not digested....
Fantastic series, You have made an art form of capturing images of this species. Great work and thank you for sharing.Robert
thank you, KarthiKeyanS
many thanks everyone for your support!
Congratulations on the well deserve SOTD. Amazing, DoinaRussu, you were at the right place at the right time and such great pictures!!
Fantastic series - congratulations!
Congratulations Doina on your SOTD
Terrific shots Doina! Absolutely amazing timing!
KarenL , many thanks, I am honored!(thanks a lot for the text in english :) )
thank you so much everyone for your appreciation!
Congratulations Doina !
Congrats Doina! It's a pleasure to continue to follow your careful observations of these birds.
Congrats! wonderful shot!!
Congratulations Doina !!
Very nice shots!!!!
What a wonderful series Doina! Congratulations, it has earned you Spotting of the Day!A bee-eater regurgitates a pellet - a mass of the indigested parts of its prey, such as the exoskeletons of insects. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=...Twitter: https://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/3...
Gorgeous !!! Congratulations Doina :)
very nice shots
Spotted on Jul 14, 2013 Submitted on Oct 13, 2013
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