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AdamRiley

AdamRiley

I am an avid wildlife enthusiast & photographer and operate Rockjumper Birding Tours, Indri Mammal Voyages & Oryx Photographic Expeditions

Pietermaritzburg, South Africa

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AdamRiley Ivory Coast Running Frog
Ivory Coast Running Frog commented on by AdamRiley Eastern Region, Ghana3 years ago

Thanks - I use Firefox and it won't let me edit the spotting.

AdamRiley Ivory Coast Running Frog
Ivory Coast Running Frog commented on by AdamRiley Eastern Region, Ghana3 years ago

Hi Pamsai - have tried to edit this and other spottings to add to additional missions but the system doesn't seem to allow me to do that.

AdamRiley Tree Pangolin
Tree Pangolin commented on by AdamRiley Eastern Region, Ghana3 years ago

This was not a dead pangolin - please read the story I posted which I have copied for your convenience: This individual was rescued from an illegal hunter deep inside the Atewa Range Forest Reserve of Ghana. Fortunately it was unhurt and we purchased it from the hunter and released it back into the wild, a lucky escape for this gentle and endangered creature that was destined for the bush meat market.

AdamRiley Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by AdamRiley Puntarenas, Costa Rica5 years ago

Thanks for the ID Christiane!

AdamRiley Snowcap
Snowcap commented on by AdamRiley San José, Costa Rica5 years ago

Thanks Malcolm, I have corrected it. I find it quite difficult to locate new missions as there are so many!

AdamRiley Black-mandibled Toucan
Black-mandibled Toucan commented on by AdamRiley Alajuela, Costa Rica5 years ago

Hi Irene - that all depends upon which taxonomy you follow. The IOC does not recognise Chestnut-mandibled as a species, but rather a subspecies of Black-mandibled.

AdamRiley Pink Robin
Pink Robin commented on by AdamRiley Hobart, Tasmania, Australia5 years ago

That's wonderful news, I am tickled pink!

AdamRiley Lion
Lion commented on by AdamRiley Jozini Local Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa6 years ago

Hi Bayucca - Related male Lions often form coalitions, even up to 6 or 7 in size but 2-4 is probably average. These male coalitions are very powerful allowing them to overpower any dominant males and thereby take over the prides and mating rights. Because the males within the coalition are related there is less genetic competition between the males so they tolerate each others company and these coalitions usually last for the lifetime of the members.

AdamRiley Grey Heron
Grey Heron commented on by AdamRiley Hambantota, දකුණු පළාත, Sri Lanka6 years ago

Its a Black-headed Ibis Threskiornis melanocephalus in the background.

AdamRiley Orca
Orca commented on by AdamRiley Chubut, Argentina6 years ago

Hi Desmond - its a Magellanic Penguin

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