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C'est l'Automne, saison des Marbrés !
En effet, on peut observer actuellement des jeunes marbrés sur nos côtes, au niveau des zones de sables quasi exclusivement. Image
Ce poisson, Lithognathus mormyrus, mesure jusqu'à 55cm, possède un dos zébré caractéristique avec un profil rectiligne. C'est une espèce qui cherche ses proies, des invertébrés, dans le sable et le sédiment. Image
Ses solides molaires sont capables de broyer de petits oursins et des crustacés. A noter qu'il est protandre, c'est-à-dire qu'il est mâle vers 2 ans puis femelle entre 4 et 7 ans. La capture de tout individu de moins de 20 cm est interdite quelle que soit la technique utilisée. Image
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Mission accomplished!
I’ve finally found all 240 wildflowers in my Collins Gem guide. The project has taken me many years and to many places, from seashores to mountain tops, and I've absolutely loved it! 🧵

#wildflowerhour #TwitterNatureCommunity #wildflowerhunt
Since 2006, I've been recording the date and location of each new species I found flowering in the wild. After making gradual progress for years, I decided in January to find all the remaining 112 by the end of this year.
The goal of finding all 112 in a single flowering season meant I had to do a lot of research on when and where I could see each one. Then I started making special trips to find the species not growing locally. I went on foot, by coach, train, bus and even boat!
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🚨⚠️ #H5N1 #biodiversity #Bird #birdphotography #pandemic Avian Influenza spreading into species not typically affected & has spillover into 🦊 foxes. @pen_is_mighty @pewtergod @listopara2022 @SoilEcon @Msmariablack @Blueoceanarctic @NancyNoCo24

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1/“More than 300 outbreaks have been reported in UK seabird colonies & dozens of coastal sites have closed to the public. The Farne Islands are home to 200,000 seabirds, including Arctic terns, Atlantic puffins, guillemots, kittiwakes & razorbills MORE
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Divonne-les-Bains : Karin Schneider, l'insolente qui fait du vin ...
Elle réfléchit déjà au vin qu'elle veut faire l'année prochaine, certainement avec du raisin en culture biologique ou en biodynamique. latribunerepublicaine.fr/43801/article/… #biodynamie
Le Hofgut Rengoldshausen célèbre 800 ans de ferme et 90 ans d'agriculture biodynamique. Depuis la fondation au XIIIe siècle, une ferme progressiste s'est développée et les femmes sont toujours influentes. #Biodynamique
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Château d’Estoublon: le jardin provençal du couple Bruni-Sarkozy Depuis longtemps conduite en agriculture biologique, les vignes se voient appliquer les principes de la biodynamie depuis quelques années. terredevins.com/actualites/cha… Image
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Ich glaube ich gönne mir mal eine Stunde Insektenkunde im Garten (kann ja coronabedingt eh nicht am öffentlichen Leben teilnehmen) und helfe dem @NABU_de bei der diesjährigen Insektenkartierung. 🪲🔍😃

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Nabu!! 🫢 Also echt ey!!
Naja, die gesuchten #Insekten habe ich zwar nicht gefunden, aber dafür andere...
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Pour penser à autre chose que le marasme ambiant

Thread photo des habitants du chêne de mon jardin ⬇️

La beauté de la nature panse les les bleus à l'âme...

#nature #NaturePhotography #biodiversité #birdphotography #birds #NatureBeauty Image
Les petits moineaux sont les rois Image
Ils se régalent des bourgeons du chêne Image
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Alright, folks, where did I take these photographs? #NaturePhotography #Spring #Lake #Brook A brook flowing between mossy bouldersAn 8 inch birch tree felled by a beaver. Toren's hand for coA slow-moving brook flowing through a conifer forest.A lake and a small pond, both surrounded by coniferous fores
I'm sure lots of you would have had all kinds of guesses, but I am also sure none of you would have had "an island off the Eastern Shore" as your answer.
Here's the zoomed out version of the image I showed previously.
All the photos were taken on Wolfe's Island. #NovaScotia A lake and a pond surrounded by conifer forest, with ocean a
A few more photos from Wolfe's Island, including the cabin where I spent the day, and what the rest of the island looks like. A red cabin on a rock by the ocean, with a blue motorboat inAerial photograph of a barren landscape, with two lakes and A large forested cliff rising straight from the ocean.Top-down view of a rocky, seaweed-covered shoreline with sil
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A True Crime documentary in three pics and a video… [Ep 1] Thursday, c1235hs GMT - I put out a little table with a huge pile of mealworms, and set up my camera hoping to capture foxes having supper… 🤓🎥🌳🦊🍃🍂 #TrueCrime #nature #wildlife
[Ep 2] I return 48hrs later to discover an actual crime scene… Who has committed this flagrant breach of the law?! Investigators swing into action. 🧐🌳🍃🍂 #TrueCrime #wildlife #nature #NaturePhotography #CSI #CrimeScene
[Ep 3] The investigation swiftly identifies a prime suspect… 🤨🐈‍⬛🌳🍃🍂 #TrueCrime #nature #wildlife #cats
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#PhotoRetrospective2021 April.
April brought lots of #Macro subjects to shoot.
1. Carolina Satyr, Hermeuptychia sosybius
2.False Underwing Allotria elonympha
3. Two-lined Spittlebug, Prosapia bicincta
4. Grasshopper Nymph

#photography
#macrophotography
#Pentaxian
1. Grass-like Mantis, Thesprotia graminis
2. Speckled Sharpshooter, Paraulacizes irrorata
3&4 Green Horse Fly, Chlorotabanus crepuscularis
#macro
#NaturePhotography
#Photoretrospective2021
#photography
#macrophotography
#Pentaxian
Another shot of the Sharpshooter with a leafhopper friend.
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13 stunning winning #photos from the #NaturePhotographer of the Year Awards

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Youth winner: An alpine ibex frolics in "Beautiful World" by Levi Fitze.

#NaturePhotography #photography
Animal Portrait winner: William Burrard-Lucas' "Black Leopard" shows the rare animal in the wild.

#NaturePhotography #photography
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Today's #PhotoRetrospective2021 is for the month of March. March brought an abundance of #flowers to South #Georgia.

#photography
#NaturePhotography
March also brought some really interesting tree textures to my lens.

#PhotoRetrospective2021
#Photography
#Pentaxian
#trees
#Barkscapes
#Lichen
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At Chhapar, a sleepy village 4 hours from Jaipur, life for the birds is high energy and high stress. A constant battle for survival. This black-winged kite flew from a distant perch to come close to me. He was carrying a skink. Sequence follows.
#IndiAves #TwitterNatureCommunity
Choosing the safe perch of the moment.
Landing.
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1/… Sorry for disturbing you buddy! We’ll leave you alone now! 😂

A thread about spiders. 🧵

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#wildlife #spider #nature #Australia  #animals MT @jodirowley
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2. When male jumping spiders flirt with females, they risk losing their lives.

This is a mating dance, but she is not interested and he escapes with his life, because often females will eat their lover after sex.

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📹: EstradaWildPhotography

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3. Read about nature in The Planet newsletter.

Subscribe to The Planet and start your day with stories about the beauty of nature, or threats like climate change.

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🧵thread continues with more spider videos 🕷

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1. Both predators and prey animals use camouflage to their advantage.

Prey animals blend in with the background, so hungry predators pass right by them.

🧵 Start of a thread with some amazing videos on #Camouflage.

I like this one. 🙂

#cats #pets
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2. But predators use camouflage too.

The striated frogfish (Antennarius striatus) walks the seafloor right up to its unsuspecting prey.

It has a prognathous mouth that launches an attack on prey in as fast as 6 milliseconds.

🧵 #ocean #fish #nature
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3. The wonders of nature is a theme you can read about in The Planet newsletter.

Subscribe to The Planet and start your day with stories about the beauty of #nature, or threats like #climate change.

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1. Life is so delicate.

We conquered the planet and that gives us a responsibility to preserve all species.

Enjoy this thread on beautiful, delicate life.

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#nature #wildlife #biodiversity #NaturePhotography #science #photography #videos
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2. Our responsibility to preserve all forms of life is a theme you can read about in The Planet newsletter.

Subscribe to The Planet and start your day with stories about the beauty of nature, or threats like climate change.

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3. All forms of life are fragile, but some are even more so. 🐦

#birds #wildlifephotography #environment #beauty #parenting
(The wasp photo in previous tweet was from a tweet by @raymond_LLM)

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Yesterday's got a leucistic Jungle Babbler @ Ayodhya #IndiAves
In leucistic birds, affected plumage lacks melanin pigment due to the cells responsible for melanin production being absent. #birdwatching #nature #BirdsSeenIn2021 #BBCWildlifePOTD @Avibase @ThePhotoHour
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This results in a white feathers, unless the normal plumage colour also comprises carotenoids (e.g. yellows), which remain unaffected by the condition. Although leucism is inherited, the extent and positioning of the white colouration
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can vary between adults and their young, and can also skip generations if leucistic genes are recessive.
The reduction of pigment in leucistic birds causes feathers to weaken and be more prone to wear.
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1. This is a Malaysian Dead Leaf Mantis.

One of the over 2,400 Mantis species.

This starts an interesting thread with some great mantis videos.

Stay tuned.

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#insects #nature #wildlife #mantis #NaturePhotography #science #photography #videos
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2. Mantises, like many nature related subjects, is something you can read about in The Planet newsletter.

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3/11. If you see an insect with a triangular head, bulging eyes, sitting upright with arms folded like in prayer, it is likely a ‘praying’ mantis.

Here is an example. It is not praying, but eating a bumblebee.

#bees #mantises #insectphotography

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(1/…) Right now, somewhere on this planet, is someone
- showing #kindness
- enjoying spectaculair #nature
- taking #climateaction

You can read those stories in The Planet newsletter.

And somewhere these whales are swimming.

What a wonderful world!
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(3/…) These designers used five tons of plastic ocean waste to create a whale.

#whales #oceans #plasticpollution #sustainability #wildlife via @ArtForOurPlanet

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White-rumped Snowfinch (Onychostruthus taczanowskii) is one of the two species of Snowfinches that can be seen reliably in India only in the Tibetan Plateau region of North Sikkim, generally above 4500 meters (the other being Rufous-necked Snowfinch)
White-rumped Snowfinch associate very strongly with Black-lipped Pika or Plateau Pika , the most abundant mammal in this cold desert. Their burrows are used for nesting and also used for roosting, particularly by the juveniles.
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Here is a Ground Tit, alongside a yak dung pat, from the cold plateau around Gurudongmar, North Sikkim.
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#IndiAves #birds #nature #NaturePhotography #birdwatching #birding #Luv4Wilds #WaytoWild #WorldofWilds #IndiWild
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Dung of large herbivores, particularly that of Domestic Yak has an important place in the grassland ecology of this high plateau. Dungs increases the abundance of arthropods particularly the larvae of coleopteran beetles which are consumed by a number of species of birds.
Many birds are often found close to areas with an abundance of dung pats. Ground Tits have long and curved beaks to probe into the dung pats and the soil around it for insects.
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My #BirdsWithTalons long #Thread from Delhi. Seeing raptors around Delhi is a Joy. Each sighting is unique but not always gr8 wrt #photograghy

On a good day, they can be found up close
Black-winged kite & White-Eyed buzzard
#IndiAves #BirdsSeenIn2021
#birdwatching #birds
And there are days when they surprise me by visiting the fig tree just outside my house -like this Shikra which I clicked from my balcony.
#BirdsWithTalons #indiAves
#BirdsSeenIn2021 #birds #birdwatching #thePhotohour #birdphotography #NaturePhotography
But on some other days(should I call them bad days?) they are quite far. Like this Grey-headed fish eagle from Okhla & the Short-toed snake eagle from Mangar.

#BirdsWithTalons #indiAves
#BirdsSeenIn2021 #birds #birdwatching #thePhotohour #birdphotography #NaturePhotography
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