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Saint-Paul, Reunion

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lauret.thierry.5 hairy field spider
hairy field spider commented on by lauret.thierry.5 Saint-Benoît, La Réunion, Reunion8 years ago

spider of the nigth !

lauret.thierry.5 bald eagle
bald eagle commented on by lauret.thierry.5 Wisconsin, USA8 years ago

The Goal and Mission of the American Bald Eagle Foundation
The American Bald Eagle Foundation is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) educational foundation dedicated to the protection and preservation of bald eagle habitat through sponsoring and facilitating educational and research activities. We strive to make research available to everyone who wishes to live in greater harmony within the eagles' environment.

lauret.thierry.5 Nolidae Chloephorinae
Nolidae Chloephorinae commented on by lauret.thierry.5 Bhutan8 years ago

wonderful !!!

lauret.thierry.5 Moth
Moth commented on by lauret.thierry.5 Portugal8 years ago

beautiful!!!

lauret.thierry.5 bald eagle
bald eagle commented on by lauret.thierry.5 Wisconsin, USA8 years ago

the king of bird !!!

lauret.thierry.5 frigate bird
frigate bird commented on by lauret.thierry.5 Lat: -22.27 Lon: 40.768 years ago

thank you so much !!

lauret.thierry.5 carpenter bee
carpenter bee commented on by lauret.thierry.5 Saint-Benoît, La Réunion, Reunion8 years ago

thank you for your precious help !!

lauret.thierry.5 Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by lauret.thierry.5 Saint-Benoît, La Réunion, Reunion8 years ago

scarab of luck on the Reunion Island!

lauret.thierry.5 red-tailed tropicbird
red-tailed tropicbird commented on by lauret.thierry.5 Saint-Benoît, La Réunion, Reunion8 years ago

The Red-tailed Tropicbird nests on oceanic islands in large colonies from the Hawaiian Islands to Easter Island and across to Mauritius and the Reunion Island and in Australia, they nest on Queensland's coral islands (including Lady Elliott Island) and islands off Western Australia.
When breeding, they mainly choose coral atolls with low shrubs, nesting underneath them (or occasionally in limestone cavities). They feed offshore away from land, singly rather than in flocks. They are plunge-divers that feed on fish, mostly flying fish, and squid.
The Red-tailed Tropicbird is listed as a Vulnerable Species

lauret.thierry.5 tec tec
tec tec commented on by lauret.thierry.5 Saint-Benoît, La Réunion, Reunion8 years ago

stonechat !

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