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another one from the wildlife park. i have no idea what it is , perhaps someone could tell me
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no idea what this one is ... but what glorious colours you have captured
What a pretty bird excellent capture.
An excellent image, Dven, what a beautiful sheen on his plumage, well captured. Carol
An excellent shot, from nice and low down. It looks like it may be some sort of lapwing.
I've no idea as to what it is but you've captured it well.
Lovely detailed image.
fine shot...looks like a Northern lapwing, but not sure about that `orange' beak
lovely detailed shot .
I say Lapwing to - good close up
It looks very much Like a Southern Lapwing to me as the bill is red with a black tip, also the eye has a red ring and cast to it.
The southern Lapwing is common through out south america.
Have a look at this link Here
You mentioned a wildlife park, was this in the UK ?
I have a photograph of the Northern Lapwing in my portfolio so you can compare the difference.
Great to see the different variations in colour, there are approx 24 different types of Lapwings lol a right head nipper
Excellent shot, Dven.
Great feather detail.
A great image full of clarity, colour, detail, and quality.
It's definitely a lapwing of some sort, the detail and colours in the plumage are superb
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