Bar-tailed godwit - A large flock of mainly bar-tailed godwits (with some Knot) silhouetted against the moon
Galah - In flight
Katherine, Northern Territory, Australia
Being a seed eater is disliked by grain farmers. Abundant. Often in large flocks, found right throughout Australia but typically an open country bird.
Endemic to Australia. Latin can also be Cacatua Eolophus
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Pelican in St Jamess Park
An Eastern White Pelican eats a Pigeon in St. James Park, London. The Pelicans diet generally consists of small fish.
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Swallows Nest - Cape of Ai-Todor, Crimea, Ukraine
The 'Swallow's Nest' - perched up on the Aurora cliff overlooking the Cape of Ai-Todor on the Black Sea coast between Yalta and Alupka, in Crimea, Ukraine. The first building on the Aurora Cliff (a wooden cottage romantically named the "Castle of Love") was constructed for a Russian general circa 1895 (the structure pictured here), with ownership passing to A. K. Tobin, a court doctor to the Russian Tsar. In 1911, Baron von Steingel (a Baltic German noble) who had made a fortune extracting oil in Baku, acquired the timber cottage (pictured) and within a year had it replaced with the current building called Schwalbennest ('Swallow's Nest') Date: circa 1908
© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection