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Lake Nino (1760m), horses grazing the grass around the pozzines (small pond of water surrounded by grassy lawns), stage on the GR 20 between the refuge of Manganu and the Col de Verghio or Castellu di Vergio, Haute-Corse, La France
860-287541 - Lake Nino (1760m), horses grazing the grass around the pozzines (small pond of water surrounded by grassy lawns), stage on the GR 20 between the refuge of Manganu and the Col de Verghio or Castellu di Vergio, Haute-Corse, La France
Pyrenean Mountain Dog and flock of sheep in an alpine pasture, Queyras Regional Nature Park, Alps, France
860-287591 - Pyrenean Mountain Dog and flock of sheep in an alpine pasture, Queyras Regional Nature Park, Alps, France
Lake Nino (1760m) stage on the GR 20 between the refuge of Manganu and the Col de Verghio or Castellu di Vergio, horses grazing the grass around the pozzines (small pools of water surrounded by grassy lawns), Haute-Corse, France
860-287540 - Lake Nino (1760m) stage on the GR 20 between the refuge of Manganu and the Col de Verghio or Castellu di Vergio, horses grazing the grass around the pozzines (small pools of water surrounded by grassy lawns), Haute-Corse, France
Lake Nino (1760m), horses grazing the grass around the pozzines (small pond of water surrounded by grassy lawns), stage on the GR 20 between the refuge of Manganu and the Col de Verghio or Castellu di Vergio, Haute-Corse, La France
860-287542 - Lake Nino (1760m), horses grazing the grass around the pozzines (small pond of water surrounded by grassy lawns), stage on the GR 20 between the refuge of Manganu and the Col de Verghio or Castellu di Vergio, Haute-Corse, La France
Shepherd with its Pyrenean Mountain Dogs and flock in an alpine pasture, Queyras Regional Nature Park, Alps, France
860-287592 - Shepherd with its Pyrenean Mountain Dogs and flock in an alpine pasture, Queyras Regional Nature Park, Alps, France
Alpe di Siusi, the famous Dolomite mountain pasture, the largest Dolomite pasture, Dolomites, Tyrol, Italy
860-287436 - Alpe di Siusi, the famous Dolomite mountain pasture, the largest Dolomite pasture, Dolomites, Tyrol, Italy
Colline landscape, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
860-287305 - Colline landscape, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
Mongolians horsemen, lead a troop of horses running in a group in the meadow, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
860-287300 - Mongolians horsemen, lead a troop of horses running in a group in the meadow, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
Mongolian traditionnaly dressed with horses running in a group in the water, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
860-287297 - Mongolian traditionnaly dressed with horses running in a group in the water, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
Mongolian woman with her horse, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
860-287308 - Mongolian woman with her horse, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
Horses running in a group in the water, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
860-287302 - Horses running in a group in the water, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
Mongolian traditionnaly dressed with horses running in a group in the water, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
860-287296 - Mongolian traditionnaly dressed with horses running in a group in the water, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
Mongolian woman with her horse, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
860-287306 - Mongolian woman with her horse, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
Mongolian woman with her horse, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
860-287307 - Mongolian woman with her horse, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
Mongol on a horse, with a catch lasso, Zhangjiakou, Bashang Grassland, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
860-287312 - Mongol on a horse, with a catch lasso, Zhangjiakou, Bashang Grassland, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
Horses running in a group in the water, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
860-287301 - Horses running in a group in the water, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
Horses running in a group in the meadow, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
860-287298 - Horses running in a group in the meadow, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
Mongolian traditionnaly dressed with horses running in a group in the water, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
860-287303 - Mongolian traditionnaly dressed with horses running in a group in the water, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
Mongolian traditionnaly dressed with horses running in a group in the water, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
860-287304 - Mongolian traditionnaly dressed with horses running in a group in the water, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
Mongolians horsemen, lead a troop of horses running in a group in the meadow, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
860-287299 - Mongolians horsemen, lead a troop of horses running in a group in the meadow, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
Mongolian horsewoman dressed with traditional clothes, lead a troop of horses running in a group in the meadow, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
860-287295 - Mongolian horsewoman dressed with traditional clothes, lead a troop of horses running in a group in the meadow, Bashang Grassland, Zhangjiakou, Hebei Province, Inner Mongolia, China
Flock of sheep and Pyrenean Mountain Dog in late summer, Valley of St. Paul Salers (Recusset), Monts du Cantal, Regional Natural Park of Auvergne Volcanoes, France
860-287147 - Flock of sheep and Pyrenean Mountain Dog in late summer, Valley of St. Paul Salers (Recusset), Monts du Cantal, Regional Natural Park of Auvergne Volcanoes, France
An adult Black-crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax falklandicus) foraging at low tide on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. This species is a medium-sized heron, adults are 64 cm long and weigh 800 g. They have a black crown and back with the remainder of the body white or grey, red eyes, and short yellow legs. Young birds are brown, flecked with white and grey. The breeding habitat is fresh and salt-water wetlands throughout much of the world. Black-crowned Night Herons nest in colonies on platforms of sticks in a group of trees, or on the ground in protected locations such as islands or reedbeds. Three to eight eggs are laid. This heron is migratory outside the tropical parts of its extensive range, where it is a permanent resident. These birds stand still at the water's edge and wait to ambush prey, mainly at night. They primarily eat small fish, crustaceans, frogs, aquatic insects, and small mammals. During the day they rest in trees or bushes. The scientific name, Nycticorax, means "night raven", and refers to this species' nocturnal habits and harsh crow-like call. In the Falkland Islands, they are known as "quarks" which is an onomatopoeic term.
979-7109 - An adult Black-crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax falklandicus) foraging at low tide on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. This species is a medium-sized heron, adults are 64 cm long and weigh 800 g. They have a black crown and back with the remainder of the body white or grey, red eyes, and short yellow legs. Young birds are brown, flecked with white and grey. The breeding habitat is fresh and salt-water wetlands throughout much of the world. Black-crowned Night Herons nest in colonies on platforms of sticks in a group of trees, or on the ground in protected locations such as islands or reedbeds. Three to eight eggs are laid. This heron is migratory outside the tropical parts of its extensive range, where it is a permanent resident. These birds stand still at the water's edge and wait to ambush prey, mainly at night. They primarily eat small fish, crustaceans, frogs, aquatic insects, and small mammals. During the day they rest in trees or bushes. The scientific name, Nycticorax, means "night raven", and refers to this species' nocturnal habits and harsh crow-like call. In the Falkland Islands, they are known as "quarks" which is an onomatopoeic term.
An adult Black-crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax falklandicus) foraging at low tide on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. This species is a medium-sized heron, adults are 64 cm long and weigh 800 g. They have a black crown and back with the remainder of the body white or grey, red eyes, and short yellow legs. Young birds are brown, flecked with white and grey. The breeding habitat is fresh and salt-water wetlands throughout much of the world. Black-crowned Night Herons nest in colonies on platforms of sticks in a group of trees, or on the ground in protected locations such as islands or reedbeds. Three to eight eggs are laid. This heron is migratory outside the tropical parts of its extensive range, where it is a permanent resident. These birds stand still at the water's edge and wait to ambush prey, mainly at night. They primarily eat small fish, crustaceans, frogs, aquatic insects, and small mammals. During the day they rest in trees or bushes. The scientific name, Nycticorax, means "night raven", and refers to this species' nocturnal habits and harsh crow-like call. In the Falkland Islands, they are known as "quarks" which is an onomatopoeic term.
979-7110 - An adult Black-crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax falklandicus) foraging at low tide on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. This species is a medium-sized heron, adults are 64 cm long and weigh 800 g. They have a black crown and back with the remainder of the body white or grey, red eyes, and short yellow legs. Young birds are brown, flecked with white and grey. The breeding habitat is fresh and salt-water wetlands throughout much of the world. Black-crowned Night Herons nest in colonies on platforms of sticks in a group of trees, or on the ground in protected locations such as islands or reedbeds. Three to eight eggs are laid. This heron is migratory outside the tropical parts of its extensive range, where it is a permanent resident. These birds stand still at the water's edge and wait to ambush prey, mainly at night. They primarily eat small fish, crustaceans, frogs, aquatic insects, and small mammals. During the day they rest in trees or bushes. The scientific name, Nycticorax, means "night raven", and refers to this species' nocturnal habits and harsh crow-like call. In the Falkland Islands, they are known as "quarks" which is an onomatopoeic term.
A juvenile Black-crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax falklandicus) foraging at low tide on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. This species is a medium-sized heron, adults are 64 cm long and weigh 800 g. They have a black crown and back with the remainder of the body white or grey, red eyes, and short yellow legs. Young birds are brown, flecked with white and grey. The breeding habitat is fresh and salt-water wetlands throughout much of the world. Black-crowned Night Herons nest in colonies on platforms of sticks in a group of trees, or on the ground in protected locations such as islands or reedbeds. Three to eight eggs are laid. This heron is migratory outside the tropical parts of its extensive range, where it is a permanent resident. These birds stand still at the water's edge and wait to ambush prey, mainly at night. They primarily eat small fish, crustaceans, frogs, aquatic insects, and small mammals. During the day they rest in trees or bushes. The scientific name, Nycticorax, means "night raven", and refers to this species' nocturnal habits and harsh crow-like call. In the Falkland Islands, they are known as "quarks" which is an onomatopoeic term.
979-7108 - A juvenile Black-crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax falklandicus) foraging at low tide on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. This species is a medium-sized heron, adults are 64 cm long and weigh 800 g. They have a black crown and back with the remainder of the body white or grey, red eyes, and short yellow legs. Young birds are brown, flecked with white and grey. The breeding habitat is fresh and salt-water wetlands throughout much of the world. Black-crowned Night Herons nest in colonies on platforms of sticks in a group of trees, or on the ground in protected locations such as islands or reedbeds. Three to eight eggs are laid. This heron is migratory outside the tropical parts of its extensive range, where it is a permanent resident. These birds stand still at the water's edge and wait to ambush prey, mainly at night. They primarily eat small fish, crustaceans, frogs, aquatic insects, and small mammals. During the day they rest in trees or bushes. The scientific name, Nycticorax, means "night raven", and refers to this species' nocturnal habits and harsh crow-like call. In the Falkland Islands, they are known as "quarks" which is an onomatopoeic term.
An adult Black-crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax falklandicus) foraging at low tide on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. This species is a medium-sized heron, adults are 64 cm long and weigh 800 g. They have a black crown and back with the remainder of the body white or grey, red eyes, and short yellow legs. Young birds are brown, flecked with white and grey. The breeding habitat is fresh and salt-water wetlands throughout much of the world. Black-crowned Night Herons nest in colonies on platforms of sticks in a group of trees, or on the ground in protected locations such as islands or reedbeds. Three to eight eggs are laid. This heron is migratory outside the tropical parts of its extensive range, where it is a permanent resident. These birds stand still at the water's edge and wait to ambush prey, mainly at night. They primarily eat small fish, crustaceans, frogs, aquatic insects, and small mammals. During the day they rest in trees or bushes. The scientific name, Nycticorax, means "night raven", and refers to this species' nocturnal habits and harsh crow-like call. In the Falkland Islands, they are known as "quarks" which is an onomatopoeic term.
979-7107 - An adult Black-crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax falklandicus) foraging at low tide on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. This species is a medium-sized heron, adults are 64 cm long and weigh 800 g. They have a black crown and back with the remainder of the body white or grey, red eyes, and short yellow legs. Young birds are brown, flecked with white and grey. The breeding habitat is fresh and salt-water wetlands throughout much of the world. Black-crowned Night Herons nest in colonies on platforms of sticks in a group of trees, or on the ground in protected locations such as islands or reedbeds. Three to eight eggs are laid. This heron is migratory outside the tropical parts of its extensive range, where it is a permanent resident. These birds stand still at the water's edge and wait to ambush prey, mainly at night. They primarily eat small fish, crustaceans, frogs, aquatic insects, and small mammals. During the day they rest in trees or bushes. The scientific name, Nycticorax, means "night raven", and refers to this species' nocturnal habits and harsh crow-like call. In the Falkland Islands, they are known as "quarks" which is an onomatopoeic term.
An adult Black-crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax falklandicus) foraging at low tide on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. This species is a medium-sized heron, adults are 64 cm long and weigh 800 g. They have a black crown and back with the remainder of the body white or grey, red eyes, and short yellow legs. Young birds are brown, flecked with white and grey. The breeding habitat is fresh and salt-water wetlands throughout much of the world. Black-crowned Night Herons nest in colonies on platforms of sticks in a group of trees, or on the ground in protected locations such as islands or reedbeds. Three to eight eggs are laid. This heron is migratory outside the tropical parts of its extensive range, where it is a permanent resident. These birds stand still at the water's edge and wait to ambush prey, mainly at night. They primarily eat small fish, crustaceans, frogs, aquatic insects, and small mammals. During the day they rest in trees or bushes. The scientific name, Nycticorax, means "night raven", and refers to this species' nocturnal habits and harsh crow-like call. In the Falkland Islands, they are known as "quarks" which is an onomatopoeic term.
979-7113 - An adult Black-crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax falklandicus) foraging at low tide on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. This species is a medium-sized heron, adults are 64 cm long and weigh 800 g. They have a black crown and back with the remainder of the body white or grey, red eyes, and short yellow legs. Young birds are brown, flecked with white and grey. The breeding habitat is fresh and salt-water wetlands throughout much of the world. Black-crowned Night Herons nest in colonies on platforms of sticks in a group of trees, or on the ground in protected locations such as islands or reedbeds. Three to eight eggs are laid. This heron is migratory outside the tropical parts of its extensive range, where it is a permanent resident. These birds stand still at the water's edge and wait to ambush prey, mainly at night. They primarily eat small fish, crustaceans, frogs, aquatic insects, and small mammals. During the day they rest in trees or bushes. The scientific name, Nycticorax, means "night raven", and refers to this species' nocturnal habits and harsh crow-like call. In the Falkland Islands, they are known as "quarks" which is an onomatopoeic term.
An adult Black-crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax falklandicus) foraging at low tide on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. This species is a medium-sized heron, adults are 64 cm long and weigh 800 g. They have a black crown and back with the remainder of the body white or grey, red eyes, and short yellow legs. Young birds are brown, flecked with white and grey. The breeding habitat is fresh and salt-water wetlands throughout much of the world. Black-crowned Night Herons nest in colonies on platforms of sticks in a group of trees, or on the ground in protected locations such as islands or reedbeds. Three to eight eggs are laid. This heron is migratory outside the tropical parts of its extensive range, where it is a permanent resident. These birds stand still at the water's edge and wait to ambush prey, mainly at night. They primarily eat small fish, crustaceans, frogs, aquatic insects, and small mammals. During the day they rest in trees or bushes. The scientific name, Nycticorax, means "night raven", and refers to this species' nocturnal habits and harsh crow-like call. In the Falkland Islands, they are known as "quarks" which is an onomatopoeic term.
979-7112 - An adult Black-crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax falklandicus) foraging at low tide on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. This species is a medium-sized heron, adults are 64 cm long and weigh 800 g. They have a black crown and back with the remainder of the body white or grey, red eyes, and short yellow legs. Young birds are brown, flecked with white and grey. The breeding habitat is fresh and salt-water wetlands throughout much of the world. Black-crowned Night Herons nest in colonies on platforms of sticks in a group of trees, or on the ground in protected locations such as islands or reedbeds. Three to eight eggs are laid. This heron is migratory outside the tropical parts of its extensive range, where it is a permanent resident. These birds stand still at the water's edge and wait to ambush prey, mainly at night. They primarily eat small fish, crustaceans, frogs, aquatic insects, and small mammals. During the day they rest in trees or bushes. The scientific name, Nycticorax, means "night raven", and refers to this species' nocturnal habits and harsh crow-like call. In the Falkland Islands, they are known as "quarks" which is an onomatopoeic term.
A juvenile Black-crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax falklandicus) foraging at low tide on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. This species is a medium-sized heron, adults are 64 cm long and weigh 800 g. They have a black crown and back with the remainder of the body white or grey, red eyes, and short yellow legs. Young birds are brown, flecked with white and grey. The breeding habitat is fresh and salt-water wetlands throughout much of the world. Black-crowned Night Herons nest in colonies on platforms of sticks in a group of trees, or on the ground in protected locations such as islands or reedbeds. Three to eight eggs are laid. This heron is migratory outside the tropical parts of its extensive range, where it is a permanent resident. These birds stand still at the water's edge and wait to ambush prey, mainly at night. They primarily eat small fish, crustaceans, frogs, aquatic insects, and small mammals. During the day they rest in trees or bushes. The scientific name, Nycticorax, means "night raven", and refers to this species' nocturnal habits and harsh crow-like call. In the Falkland Islands, they are known as "quarks" which is an onomatopoeic term.
979-7111 - A juvenile Black-crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax falklandicus) foraging at low tide on Carcass Island in the Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean. This species is a medium-sized heron, adults are 64 cm long and weigh 800 g. They have a black crown and back with the remainder of the body white or grey, red eyes, and short yellow legs. Young birds are brown, flecked with white and grey. The breeding habitat is fresh and salt-water wetlands throughout much of the world. Black-crowned Night Herons nest in colonies on platforms of sticks in a group of trees, or on the ground in protected locations such as islands or reedbeds. Three to eight eggs are laid. This heron is migratory outside the tropical parts of its extensive range, where it is a permanent resident. These birds stand still at the water's edge and wait to ambush prey, mainly at night. They primarily eat small fish, crustaceans, frogs, aquatic insects, and small mammals. During the day they rest in trees or bushes. The scientific name, Nycticorax, means "night raven", and refers to this species' nocturnal habits and harsh crow-like call. In the Falkland Islands, they are known as "quarks" which is an onomatopoeic term.
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