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I may be small....but I WILL be heard! Marsh Wren, San Rafael, CA. Photo by Caitlin McCrory Tomeldon See more of her photos here:

The jet black swan has arrived at Abbotsbury Swannery in Dorset and set up home with the resident 600 mute swans - which are all white.  We get the black swans here in NZ

Black swan stands out after gatecrashing group of 600 white ones at ancient swannery

The jet black swan has arrived at Abbotsbury Swannery in Dorset and set up home with the resident 600 mute swans - which are all white. We get the black swans here in NZ

That life was made visible: we saw It and we are giving our testimony, telling you of the Eternal life which was with the Father and has been made visible to us

That life was made visible: we saw It and we are giving our testimony, telling you of the Eternal life which was with the Father and has been made visible to us

Morning has broken, like the first morning. Blackbird has spoken, like the first bird...

studioview: Catching The Sunset by Caroline.32...

No garden is alive without birds & their songs - so he has the keys to visit any time he wants - many times a day.....maybe he'll stay !!

No garden is alive without birds & their songs - so he has the keys to visit any time he wants - many times a day.....maybe he'll stay !!

Red Fox by Brian Morg on 500px

Red Fox by Brian Morg on 500px

The brown wood owl

The brown wood owl

Greenfinch. Its twittering and wheezing song, and flash of yellow and green as it flies, make this finch a truly colourful character. Nesting in a garden conifer, or feasting on black sunflower seeds, it is a regular garden visitor, able to take advantage of food in rural and urban gardens. Although quite sociable, they may squabble among themselves or with other birds at the bird table.

Greenfinch. Its twittering and wheezing song, and flash of yellow and green as it flies, make this finch a truly colourful character. Nesting in a garden conifer, or feasting on black sunflower seeds, it is a regular garden visitor, able to take advantage of food in rural and urban gardens. Although quite sociable, they may squabble among themselves or with other birds at the bird table.

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