benwild_nature

benwild_nature

29
Followers
42
Following
England
benwild_nature
More ideas from benwild_nature
The widow bird is restricted to Kenya and Tasmania.

The Jackson's Widowbird (Euplectes jacksoni) is a species of bird in the Ploceidae family. It is found in Kenya and Tanzania. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical high-altitude grassland and arable land. It is threatened by habitat loss.

Goldcrest-----The goldcrest is one of the tiniest birds in Britain and quite distinctive with its yellow/orange crest. It is olive/green in colour with two white wing bars.

The great golden eagle!

"The UK’s second-largest bird, golden eagles can be spotted soaring over Mull’s remote glens, moorland and mountains. In fact, the world’s greatest concentration of golden eagles resides here and on Skye.

White Tailed Eagle

The White Tailed Eagle is the largest bird in Britain and eats fish to sheep. It has just been reintroduced and is slowly growing in population.it is only found in Scotland and whales.

Red deer are found all around Britain but mainly in Scotland.  They have an off spring of 1-2.

Red deer are found all around Britain but mainly in Scotland. They have an off spring of

The golden eagle is the second largest bird of prey and is only found in Scotland and whales. It has on off spring of 1-4 and feeds on small voles to small goats.

"The UK’s second-largest bird, golden eagles can be spotted soaring over Mull’s remote glens, moorland and mountains. In fact, the world’s greatest concentration of golden eagles resides here and on Skye.

The White Tailed Eagle is the largest bird in Britain and eats fish to sheep. It has an off spring of 1-3 and doesn't breed often. It has just been reintroduced and is slowly growing in population.it is only found in Scotland and whales.

The White Tailed Eagle is the largest bird in Britain and eats fish to sheep. It has just been reintroduced and is slowly growing in population.it is only found in Scotland and whales.

The red squirrel was wide spread around Britain but sadly has declined recently when the grey squirrel was released into Britain and took over their habitat. The red squirrel loves the high tops of conifer trees and is only really seen in Scotland and whales

The red squirrel was wide spread around Britain but sadly has declined recently when the grey squirrel was released into Britain and took over their habitat. The red squirrel loves the high tops of conifer trees and is only really seen in Scotland and whales