This was a photo taken a little while back when I stumbled across this Black Phoebe perched nicely on this tree that was perfectly isolated from the rest of the shrubbery. Unfortunately a fence was in the way so apologies for the greyish blurs, but I wanted so badly to take this shot that I went for it anyways. Despite my frequent visits here, I rarely have good opportunities to take photos of these Black Phoebes but hopefully I'll get more in the future 😊
Did you know? 🤔 🐆 Leopards can run at up to 58km/h! They’re super springy, too, and can leap 6m forward through the air – that’s the length of three adults lying head to toe!
They are also very solitary and spend most of their time alone. They each have their own territory, and leave scratches on trees, urine scent marks and poop to warn other leopards to stay away! Males and females will cross territories, but only to mate 🐆❤️🐆
Leopards are skilled climbers, and like to rest in the branches of trees 🌴 during the day. They are strong beasts, too, and can carry their heavy prey up into the trees so that pesky scavengers, such as hyenas, don’t steal their meal!
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🇬🇧 The male ibex has magnificent horns that can be used to fight with its congeners.⠀⠀⠀
🇫🇷 Le bouquetin mâle possède des cornes magnifiques qui peuvent lui servir à se battre avec ses congénères
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I approached carefully and quietly while crawling slowly into a spot to take a shot of the bird framed between the wood pillars. The American Avocet standing calm and beautiful, hears the small rustling in the grass and turns its head as if to spot a predator...only to see this silly human, military crawling in the grass with a camera up to his face 😜.