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'Loja Wildlife' by Mick

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« Reply #40 on: March 22, 2014, 16:58 PM »
Hi All.

I have eventually caught up with all the posts and photographs on the blog ( www.lojawildlife.com ) just in time to get busy with the spring guiding.

Please have a look,

regards Mick
MICK RICHARDSON.

WILDLIFE GUIDE IN WESTERN GRANADA PROVINCE, BIRDS, BUTTERFLIES, DRAGONFLIES AND ORCHIDS.

PLEASE HAVE A LOOK AT THE WE SITE & BLOG WITH MORE PHOTOGRAPHS AT www.granadawildlife.com  or   www.lojawildlife.com

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« Reply #41 on: March 22, 2014, 19:03 PM »
Hey Mick, beautiful images as usual.... However, you have grown out of "blogger" your images and articles deserve a much better platform to display them.....

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« Reply #42 on: April 12, 2014, 19:49 PM »
Hi Clive and All.

Thanks for the comments but I am a total Tecno-pillock as you know and would not have a clue what to do next.
Any way I have again caught up with the blog and have posted some shots of a cracking Baillon's Crake which I was lucky enough to spent 2.5 hours watch a few days ago.

All the best Mick.
« Last Edit: June 09, 2014, 13:53 PM by mick »
MICK RICHARDSON.

WILDLIFE GUIDE IN WESTERN GRANADA PROVINCE, BIRDS, BUTTERFLIES, DRAGONFLIES AND ORCHIDS.

PLEASE HAVE A LOOK AT THE WE SITE & BLOG WITH MORE PHOTOGRAPHS AT www.granadawildlife.com  or   www.lojawildlife.com

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« Reply #43 on: July 18, 2014, 15:43 PM »
Hi All.

Lots of new posts and pictures including some interesting endemic plants from local Sierra´s and the record of a Lammergeier / Bearded Vulture (Quebrantahuesos / Gypaetus barbatus) we saw in Sierra Nevada.

Thanks for having a look, Mick.
MICK RICHARDSON.

WILDLIFE GUIDE IN WESTERN GRANADA PROVINCE, BIRDS, BUTTERFLIES, DRAGONFLIES AND ORCHIDS.

PLEASE HAVE A LOOK AT THE WE SITE & BLOG WITH MORE PHOTOGRAPHS AT www.granadawildlife.com  or   www.lojawildlife.com

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« Reply #44 on: July 18, 2014, 20:06 PM »
A bit of a scruffy bugger. The lammergeier I mean. This bird was presumably part of a breeding programme? If so, do you know if they are being fed or have they been left to fend for themselves? I always find it amazing that vultures of any sort manage to survive in our clean world. Great photo, especially as it was taken in the Sierra Nevada!

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« Reply #45 on: July 20, 2014, 19:02 PM »
Hi Andy.

It is one of the wanderers from Jaen Province but I have no Idea whether they feed them up there but I think this bird is fending for it´s self.

Mick.
MICK RICHARDSON.

WILDLIFE GUIDE IN WESTERN GRANADA PROVINCE, BIRDS, BUTTERFLIES, DRAGONFLIES AND ORCHIDS.

PLEASE HAVE A LOOK AT THE WE SITE & BLOG WITH MORE PHOTOGRAPHS AT www.granadawildlife.com  or   www.lojawildlife.com