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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Nene, (Hawaiian Goose) . And the Gadwall by Callum on our Guest Photos.

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Friday, 28 April 2017

Field Vole - Microtus agrestis (I think)

Lovely little Vole, quite common I have been told. This is one of my worst, it was a bad day.

Please can you sign this petition to stop the proposed M4 over the Gwent Levels. I feel strongly about this because it is a place I visit a lot. The damage to the Gwent Levels along with Magor Marsh and the Newport Wetlands will be irreparable!


Please look at my website bobswildlife.co.uk. There is a photo of a Black-winged Stilt,  and  the  Great Spotted Woodpecker (female) by Callum in the 'Guest photographer'







39 comments:

  1. Hello, what a cute critter. Great captures. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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    1. Thanks Eileen, happy Friday to you as well.

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  2. A living mouse ;-) Have a nice weekend.

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  3. Cute little fellow. Awesome photos.

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  4. Hola Bob,buenas tomas de este pequeño y bonito roedor.Un abrazo

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  5. Hi Bob, great images of this delightful little one. They are not easy to get a decent image from. Have a good weekend, all the best. John

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    1. Hi John, yes, it is a bad light, not a great image.

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  6. He's cute! But his food is...yikes, worms! ;-)

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  7. Great shot of a cute little critter.

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  8. Nice to see a mammal, a very cute one at that!

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  9. Hello Bob, So cute!!! Very nice images. Lovely!
    Greetings and have an nice weekend, Bob.
    Maria

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  10. Oh Bob he's very cute :) !!! Fantastics pictures.

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  11. A pretty little thing - with plenty to munch on.

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  12. Got some pictures of some last year... They are kinda cute so long as they live elsewhere. Your worst pictures are better than most of mine!

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  13. well now he is a cute little fellow.

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  14. Very cute Bob.. Nice shots.. Happy weekend.

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  15. My friend Bob is a philosopher of wildlife. Every time he takes a photo, a new theory of look travels our looks far away.

    Yannis Politopoulos

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  16. He's so precious, Bob. In beautiful detail.

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    1. Yes R Mac, those beady eyes, thanks.

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  18. Gorgeous little creature, Bob. You did well, in spite of bad light.

    Best wishes - - Richard

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    1. Thank you Richard, it was a dark day.

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  19. Excellent shots Bob. Like the low angle to the shots.

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  20. Lovely to see a creature enjoying bounty, Bob

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  21. Now, the thought: let me see, I hope that Blue-Jay doesn't chase me away.

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  22. Well he's a cute little guy- sneaking a bite from the birds.

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  23. He might be common but pictures of him certainly are not. (It's true I've heard of this little creature all of my life but have never ever seen anyone's picture of him... (I'm sure he's on Google and Wikipedia, but I've never needed to look him up -- and anyway it is more fun seeing pictures taken by real people ;>))).

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  24. Bob, cute little guy or girl! I've never seen one! I'm told they are a major part of our owl populations diet!

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