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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Black-winged Stilt. And the Lesser Whistling Duck by Callum on our Guest Photos. New! Bobs Wildlife Youtube Channel. Keep your eyes open for "The Springtime Chick Count".

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Monday, 1 August 2016

Egyptian Goose (Alopochen aegyptiacus)

Please look at my new website bobswildlife.co.uk, We are still working on the site, with many new galleries to come over the next few weeks. Any feedback would be much appreciated.

Photographed at Rutland Water, Shallow Water Hide .................again. 






39 comments:

  1. Hello, great series on the Egyptian Goose. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!

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  2. Up close, a beautiful bird. Some lovely shots Bob.

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  3. Bob- Your shots and good fellowship add much to my days. Thanks, friends

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  4. Amazing bird! So beautiful colors. Have a nice evening

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  5. Hi Bob. Maybe you have proper "Egyptian Goose" down your way. We just have escapes at he mo without a feral population. Nice to see yours. An attractive bird for sure.

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  6. Brings back fond memories of my visit to Rutland just about this time last year.

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  7. Hello. New pages seem good and clear. But these photos are stunning. And falls into that category that just a dream to see the bird.

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  8. Hi. Great photos. I liked very much. New pages seem very functional.

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  9. Hola Bob,magnificas fotos de este bello Ganso egipcio.Un abrazo

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  10. Hi Bob, are these from your previous visit, great images. We had a nest of Ospreys on Lagoon four but the single egg was smashed by Egyptian Geese, so not one of my favourite birds. Regards John

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    1. I am sorry about the egg, but, I suppose it wasn't the fault of the Egyptian Goose, cheers John.

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  11. Super images, Bob. Love the goose.

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  12. His eyes look so knowing.

    And the white patch of feathers looks like cloth. Amazing!

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  13. Bob, your images are so inspiring. I will go look at your new website...

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  14. I love the rather mischievous look in the bird's eye

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  15. What an amazing looking bird.
    Love the look of your new website. A v minor quibble? You might want to correct the spelling of interested in the 'about you' segment.

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  16. Bob, nice Egyptian, just like Cleopatra!

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  17. Oh wow Bob! What amazing looking geese. Fantastic photos!

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  18. Very fancy gown, but far too much brown eye shadow ;)

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  19. A lovely goose to capture in your lens

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  20. You are the King of Birds! :) My best regards from Romania!

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  21. Hello Bob!:) What gorgeous shots!:) I have always loved the Egyptian Goose, and you have captured some beautiful images of it's lovely colourful plumage.

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  22. It is preening, Bob.
    It seems to have a white band.
    Un abrazo.

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  23. Another new one for me and so stunning.

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  24. So beautiful Bob ! I like very much this bird.

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  25. I love these images, Bob. Such a beautiful creature.
    Your new site is looking real good!!

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    1. Thanks Lisa, and your look at my website, cheers.

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  26. It's good to see you still have some super images from your visit to Rutland Water to show us, Bob. However, as John says, they are not our favourite birds there! They cause many problems, being some of the first birds to start breeding each year. They try to take over the Osprey nests before the Ospreys return - and sometimes after they return with disasterous results.

    My best wishes to you - - - Richard

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  27. Beautiful bird and great photos about it. Never seen one before...

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  28. Wonderful plumage, your photo's show it so well.

    All the best Jan

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