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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Thursday, 21 June 2012

Egyptian Goose


I first saw a couple of them at Slimbridge, that was 4 years ago. Now, there was only one or the other is nesting, hum, I think its too late. Not brilliant I would say.










35 comments:

  1. stunning shots of a lovely 'bird!'

    i envy you being able to see such beautiful wildlife!
    lol

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  2. Great shots of a bird i have never seen S harp and clear as ever


    peter

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  3. Amazing shots Bob.... lovely feathers has this goose.

    greetings, Joop

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  4. Never observed a bird such as that. As always great photos. Great detail.

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  5. Glorious captures of a gorgeous bird.

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  6. Beautifully caught Bob with your lens. Beautiful colors, these.
    Greetings , Tinie

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  7. seeing an egyptian goose for the first time..thanks Bob for such lovely pictures!

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  8. Wow! Sieht ja aus, als wenn sie bei mir in der Badewanne sitzt..:-)
    Wahnsinn!

    Ciao
    CL

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  9. What an exotic and lovely goose! I love the circles around his eyes...perhaps to shield them from the bright sunshine? Your shots are MOMA quality, as always!

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  10. Bob, great capture! They look quite different in the water than they do on land. I've only seen them at the local zoo and they are always on land!

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  11. Wow, I like the little eyes.

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  12. wow!!! has a beautiful mask the Egyptian goose .. Great photos bob.. Cheers.

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  13. wow bob, these are so beautiful !

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  14. Amazing detail ... and such beauty!

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  15. It's a beautiful Goose Bob. Overhere there are coming more and more of these Gees. Beautiful photographed.

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  16. Una vez más las imagenes que nos muestras son hermosas.
    Un abrazo

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  17. Excellent Bob.
    I love the low angle.

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  18. Jest bardzo ładnie kolorystycznie upierzony i wiadomo, ma śliczne zdjęcia.Pozdrawiam.
    Jest bardzo ładnie kolorystycznie upierzony i wiadomo, ma śliczne zdjęcia.Pozdrawiam.

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  19. Bob,die ist soooooo süss,und die fotos sind herrlich gemacht woden.Ich bewundere immer deine arbeit-))
    lieben gruss Christa

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  20. Oh Beautiful girl ! Pretty animal.
    Thank you Bob.
    Nice evening

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  21. Wow what a colourful bird. Nice shots!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  22. He isn't so beautiful like other ducks but is cute :)

    Nice regist

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  23. Simplemente fantástico y de gran calidad, saludo.

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  24. Not brilliant? Ha? Super brilliant shots! Look at this first one - could it be more perfect? Of course that beautiful bird helped... :-)
    Love your day Bob!

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  25. Great details. Their eyes always fascinate me.

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  26. Great shots as ever Bob. These geese have beautiful markings and colouring. If they are breeding let's hope it's successful!!...[;o)

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  27. Fantastic photographs. I am greeting

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  28. Beautiful pictures and bird, Bob. Maybe you will see the chicks later. Perhaps a second brood? Greetings, Joke

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  29. Why not brilliant??
    You're a little hard on yourself
    I would have been proud to take these pics! :)
    Cheers!

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  30. Lovely, detailed photos again Bob. I saw one at Draycote Water a couple of years ago. It stayed for months and I hoped it would return last year but sadly it didn't. I have never seen any others anywhere near me.

    I loved the 'dancing' Common Tern photos on the last post too!

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  31. Beautiful bird and gorgeous pictures!

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  32. Brilliant pictures Bob, very interesting looking bird, hope there's a mate somewhere. I recently saw one of these in Regent Park in London but didn't know what it was, so thanks for the ID.

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