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Marine fish

Marine fish

Wildlife - Marine fish

European Badger hiding in ferns

Europen or Eurasian Badger hiding in ferns at night. The general hue of its fur is grey above and black on the under parts with a distinctive black and white striped face and white-tipped ears. European badgers are around 70 cm long with a tail of about 20 cm and weigh 10 kg on average, but weights can vary enormously. Badgers do not hibernate, although in areas with cold winter climates they may become torpid for two or so days at a time having put on fat in the autumn to help them get through the winter months. In parts of Russia, badgers have been reported to weigh up to 42 kg (92.5 lb) in the autumn.

Wildlife - European Badger hiding in ferns

Lone Swan

Lone Swan

Wildlife - Lone Swan

Lone Swan

Lone Swan

Wildlife - Lone Swan

American Robin, Artists Paintpot Trail, Yellowstone National Park

American Robin, Artists Paintpot Trail, Yellowstone National Park

Wildlife - American Robin, Artists Paintpot Trail, Yellowstone National Park

American Robin, Artists Paintpot Trail, Yellowstone National Park

American Robin, Artists Paintpot Trail, Yellowstone National Park

Wildlife - American Robin, Artists Paintpot Trail, Yellowstone National Park

Bison, Yellowstone National Park

Bison, Yellowstone National Park

Wildlife - Bison, Yellowstone National Park

Herd of Bison in Yellowstone National Park

Herd of Bison in Yellowstone National Park

Wildlife - Herd of Bison in Yellowstone National Park

Squirrel eating pine cone, Uncle Tom's Trail, Yellowstone National Park

Squirrel eating pine cone, Uncle Tom's Trail, Yellowstone National Park

Wildlife - Squirrel eating pine cone, Uncle Tom's Trail, Yellowstone National Park

Squirrel eating pine cone, Uncle Tom's Trail, Yellowstone National Park

Squirrel eating pine cone, Uncle Tom's Trail, Yellowstone National Park

Wildlife - Squirrel eating pine cone, Uncle Tom's Trail, Yellowstone National Park

Grazing Elk at Fort Yellowstone, Mammoth Hot Springs

Grazing Elk at Fort Yellowstone, Mammoth Hot Springs

Wildlife - Grazing Elk at Fort Yellowstone, Mammoth Hot Springs

Elk in Yellowstone

Elk in Yellowstone

Wildlife - Elk in Yellowstone

Bison crossing the Firehole River near Fountain Flatts Drive in the Lower Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.

Bison crossing the Firehole River near Fountain Flatts Drive in the Lower Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.

Wildlife - Bison crossing the Firehole River near Fountain Flatts Drive in the Lower Geyser Basin, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.

American Robin, Artists Paintpot Trail, Yellowstone National Park

American Robin, Artists Paintpot Trail, Yellowstone National Park

Wildlife - American Robin,  Artists Paintpot Trail, Yellowstone National Park

Grey Squirrel eating nuts sitting on grass

Grey squirrels are an alien species and were introduced to the UK from the USA in the late nineteenth/early twentieth century. Their success has been to the detriment of our native red squirrels. Grey squirrels feed on acorns, tree shoots, flowers, nuts, fruits, roots and cereals. They bury surplus food 2-5cm below the soil or in tree hollows. They feed at ground level, more so than red squirrels, and together with their ability to digest acorns, (which reds can't), they have tended to displace red squirrels in areas of woodland where the two have come into contact.

Wildlife - Grey Squirrel eating nuts sitting on grass

Grey Squirrel eating nuts sitting on grass

Grey squirrels are an alien species and were introduced to the UK from the USA in the late nineteenth/early twentieth century. Their success has been to the detriment of our native red squirrels. Grey squirrels feed on acorns, tree shoots, flowers, nuts, fruits, roots and cereals. They bury surplus food 2-5cm below the soil or in tree hollows. They feed at ground level, more so than red squirrels, and together with their ability to digest acorns, (which reds can't), they have tended to displace red squirrels in areas of woodland where the two have come into contact.

Wildlife - Grey Squirrel eating nuts sitting on grass

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