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Capercaillie

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Location: Loch Garten, Abernathy Woods Date: 28/05/2013
Scientific Name: Tetrao urogallus Pic By: Jen
Family: Wildfowl Size: 80cm
ISO: 1600 Gender: M
Equipment: Canon 7D/100-400L Lens Wingspan: 42cm
Description: Description to come soon!

Capercaillie

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Location: Loch Garten, Abernathy Woods Date: 28/05/2013
Scientific Name: Tetrao urogallus Pic By: Jen
Family: Wildfowl Size: 80cm
ISO: 1600 Gender: M
Equipment: Canon 7D/100-400L Lens Wingspan: 42cm
Description: Description to come soon!

Capercaillie

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Location: Loch Garten, Abernathy Woods Date: 28/05/2013
Scientific Name: Tetrao urogallus Pic By: Jen
Family: Wildfowl Size: 80cm
ISO: 1600 Gender: M
Equipment: Canon 7D/100-400L Lens Wingspan: 42cm
Description: Description to come soon!

Capercaillie

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Location: Loch Garten, Abernathy Woods Date: 28/05/2013
Scientific Name: Tetrao urogallus Pic By: Mark
Family: Wildfowl Size: 80cm
ISO: 1600 Gender: M
Equipment: Canon 7D/300L F4 + 1.4x Wingspan: 42cm
Description: Description to come soon!

Capercaillie

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Location: Loch Garten, Abernathy Woods Date: 28/05/2013
Scientific Name: Tetrao urogallus Pic By: Mark
Family: Wildfowl Size: 80cm
ISO: 1600 Gender: M
Equipment: Canon 7D/300L F4 + 1.4x Wingspan: 42cm
Description: Description to come soon!

Capercaillie

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Location: Loch Garten, Abernathy Woods Date: 28/05/2013
Scientific Name: Tetrao urogallus Pic By: Mark
Family: Wildfowl Size: 80cm
ISO: 1600 Gender: M
Equipment: Canon 7D/300L F4 + 1.4x Wingspan: 42cm
Description: Description to come soon!

Red Grouse

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Location: Loch Lochindorb Date: 27/05/2013
Scientific Name: Lagopus scotica Pic By: Mark
Family: Wildfowl Size: ?
ISO: 640 Gender: M
Equipment: Canon 7D/300L F4 + 1.4x Wingspan: ?
Description: Description to come soon!

Red Grouse

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Location: Loch Lochindorb Date: 27/05/2013
Scientific Name: Lagopus scotica Pic By: Mark
Family: Wildfowl Size: ?
ISO: 640 Gender: M
Equipment: Canon 7D/300L F4 + 1.4x Wingspan: ?
Description: Description to come soon!

Red Grouse

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Location: Loch Lochindorb Date: 27/05/2013
Scientific Name: Lagopus scotica Pic By: Mark
Family: Wildfowl Size: ?
ISO: 640 Gender: M
Equipment: Canon 7D/300L F4 + 1.4x Wingspan: ?
Description: Description to come soon!

Common Pheasant

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Location: WWT Arundel Date: 22/03/2009
Scientific Name: Phasianus colchicus Pic By: Jen
Family: Wildfowl Size: 83cm
ISO: 400 Gender: M
Equipment: Canon 50D/100-400L Lens Wingspan: ?
Description: A large, long-tailed gamebird. Males have rich chestnut, golden-brown and black markings on body and tail, with a dark green head and red face wattling. Females are mottled with paler brown and black. They were introduced to the UK long ago and more recent introductions have brought in a variety of races and breeds for sport shooting. This bird can be seen across most of the UK, apart from the far north and west of Scotland. Usually seen in the open countryside near woodland edges, copses and hedgerows.

Common Pheasant

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Location: Looe Date: 18/05/2008
Scientific Name: Phasianus colchicus Pic By: Jen
Family: Wildfowl Size: 58cm
ISO: 200 Gender: F
Equipment: Canon 30D/70-300 Lens Wingspan: ?
Description: A large, long-tailed gamebird. Males have rich chestnut, golden-brown and black markings on body and tail, with a dark green head and red face wattling. Females are mottled with paler brown and black. They were introduced to the UK long ago and more recent introductions have brought in a variety of races and breeds for sport shooting. This bird can be seen across most of the UK, apart from the far north and west of Scotland. Usually seen in the open countryside near woodland edges, copses and hedgerows.