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AnnalisaD Eastern Green Mamba
Eastern Green Mamba commented on by AnnalisaD Vaughan, Ontario, Canada8 years ago

Thank you bherath20!

AnnalisaD Eastern Green Mamba
Eastern Green Mamba commented on by AnnalisaD Vaughan, Ontario, Canada8 years ago

I just noticed this Thanks KarenL :) happy to share!

AnnalisaD Glassy-winged Sharpshooter (Emerging)
Glassy-winged Sharpshooter (Emerging) commented on by AnnalisaD San Diego, California, USA8 years ago

Fantastic love the sharp details ....excuse the pun!

AnnalisaD Red-Crested Pochard
Red-Crested Pochard commented on by AnnalisaD Nürnberg, Bayern, Germany8 years ago

Thank you Claudia Durand! :)

AnnalisaD Lilac Breasted Roller Bird
Lilac Breasted Roller Bird commented on by AnnalisaD Chester, England, United Kingdom8 years ago

Fantastic capture! Kinda reminds me of a quetzal.

AnnalisaD Monk Saki Monkey
Monk Saki Monkey commented on by AnnalisaD Iquitos, Peru8 years ago

Wow great capture and congrats! I love the first image, it's expressions is kind of pensive.

AnnalisaD Black Capped Chickadee
Black Capped Chickadee commented on by AnnalisaD Lat: 43.85 Lon: -78.968 years ago

Lol practice practice practice! You can do it :)

AnnalisaD Mourning cloak
Mourning cloak commented on by AnnalisaD Ontario, Canada8 years ago

Thanks Nawangla!

AnnalisaD Barred Owl
Barred Owl commented on by AnnalisaD Lat: 43.85 Lon: -78.968 years ago

Cool thanks again Christy!

AnnalisaD Barred Owl
Barred Owl commented on by AnnalisaD Lat: 43.85 Lon: -78.968 years ago

Thanks Christy...I've added it! I wonder how do you determine if the owl is male or female? Are they like most birds where they are distinctly different?

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