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AmySutcliffe

AmySutcliffe

An ecology graduate and keen conservationist. I love wildlife photography and all life great and small.

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AmySutcliffe Jay
Jay commented on by AmySutcliffe North Norfolk, England, United Kingdom7 years ago

Thanks Ali, :-) they are lovely birds. There were a pair of them coming down to feed regularly. They are not exactly rare but they are one of the more impressive species to spot here in England.

AmySutcliffe House Sparrow
House Sparrow commented on by AmySutcliffe North Norfolk, England, United Kingdom7 years ago

Thanks arlanda :-)

AmySutcliffe Dragonfly
Dragonfly commented on by AmySutcliffe Emnambithi-Ladysmith Local Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa9 years ago

Thanks Gordon that's very kind of you! :-)

AmySutcliffe Dragonfly
Dragonfly commented on by AmySutcliffe Emnambithi-Ladysmith Local Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa9 years ago

I hadn't actually intended it to be part of that mission, as you can see it is also in 'African cats', for some reason it selected all my missions and I am not able to remove it from them.

AmySutcliffe Cheetah
Cheetah commented on by AmySutcliffe Emnambithi-Ladysmith Local Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa9 years ago

Just wanted to comment that I did not mean to favourite my own photograph
:-s

AmySutcliffe Diederik cuckoo
Diederik cuckoo commented on by AmySutcliffe Emnambithi-Ladysmith Local Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa9 years ago

Thanks very much everyone, he was great to watch! :-)

AmySutcliffe Nile monitor
Nile monitor commented on by AmySutcliffe Emnambithi-Ladysmith Local Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa9 years ago

Thanks S Frazier, error corrected. They are indeed a different species but with very similar appearance and ecology. :-)

AmySutcliffe Nile monitor
Nile monitor commented on by AmySutcliffe Emnambithi-Ladysmith Local Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa9 years ago

Thanks guys, it was lovely to see him. I saw two or thee in whilst in South Africa but this was the only one that didn't make a run for it straight away so I could get a shot. It was getting towards evening and a bit on the cold side for the time of year so he was probably laying on the dark coloured gravel to try and stay a bit warmer and didn't much want to move from it. :)

AmySutcliffe White fronted bee-eater
White fronted bee-eater commented on by AmySutcliffe Emnambithi-Ladysmith Local Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa9 years ago

Thank you, I would have loved to get in a bit closer and get the wing colouration too as its a pretty green but he only perched for a second and then was off. :)

AmySutcliffe Northern Yellow Bat
Northern Yellow Bat commented on by AmySutcliffe Florida, USA9 years ago

Hard to tell the size from the shots but the ears, nose and colouration look like it could be a 'big brown bat' Eptesicus fuscus. They are 6-8cm in body length. :)

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