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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Bar-headed Goose (Anser indicus)

The Bar-headed Goose is a part of UKs birds, but it is only out there because, there were plenty of small zoo's, and most of them escapees.





51 comments:

  1. Liebr Bob,
    eine Streifengans habe ich bislang noch nicht zu Gesicht bekommen.
    Wieder tolle Fotos. Schon erstaunlich, wie sie sich vermehrt haben.
    Einen schönen Resttag wünscht Dir
    Irmi

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  2. Good for the escapees!! Lovely pictures, very shapely bird :)

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  3. Super shots of a lovely Goose with a lovely call if I remember rightly.

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  4. Bonitas las posturas que nos muestra este ave, buena nitidez.

    Saludos.

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  5. To escape like that--made for your lense--beautiful Bob!

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  6. Great shots of a beautiful bird, Bob.
    I gape how many beautiful birds you have in Britain I don't know from Germany... ,-)

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    1. I can't tell you, there are so many in migration, sorry.

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  7. Bob, it's a very pretty goose! These are exceptional shots! Well Done!

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  8. What a beautiful goose,Bob!!
    Glad they escape from the zoo!
    Wonderful images,love the first!!
    Great shots!!
    Dimi...

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    1. Not to most of them, they want them to in a zoo. Cheers Dimi.

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  9. Beautiful shots Bob. The feather detail you get is quite extraordinary.

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  10. It must be a hell of a job sorting all those feather into the right order?
    Lovely sharp images Bob...[;o)

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  11. aha che bello!!! e che piume…. stupende foto!
    Complimenti Bob! ciao Cri : )

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  12. Awesome!!!.. This is a nice bird with a beautiful plumage. Regards..

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  13. Never been able to see one in the wild, great goose

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    1. I've seen a few, but I am not certainly it was a crossbred.

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  14. très très joli ! j'aime beaucoup tes images Bob

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  15. What a lovely bird. That first image is stunning.

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    1. Thanks Hilary, I think all were equal.

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  16. Bob, it is a pretty goose. Awesome photos!

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    1. Cheers Eileen, yes it was a pretty goose.

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  17. Gosh that is fabulous


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^= . <3

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  18. Well, hooray for prison breaks then!

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  19. What a charmer. And it is lovely to know that some escapees not only survive, but thrive.

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  20. It's a bird I'd love to see out where it belongs - I think in the Himalayas.

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  21. This is certainly a beautiful goose that I have never seen in the wild yet.

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  22. Beautiful pictures of indian goose, Bob.
    Here there are also some in the small zoo.

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    1. It's the greatest high flying bird I've heard, it flies over the Himalayas.

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  23. Bonito ganso, aunque en esta ocasión falta una fotografía en la que se lo vea completo. Un abrazo,

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  24. Otro estupendo reportaje con unas fotos muy nítidas y de gran calidad..-

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  25. What a beautiful goose especially with the light!

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  26. I think they should have been named Harlequins.

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  27. Beautiful photos - he is gorgeous!!

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  28. It's intereting that so many of the escapees have adapted to living in the wild.

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  29. Hola Bob,unas imagenes magnificas.Un abrazo

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  30. He is gorgeous, Bob.Wonderful series. Greetings, Joke

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  31. Another wonderful pictures ... are great.

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  32. Simply put, a beautiful bird in your photos:-)
    Greets

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  33. I love to see birds preening!

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