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Abseiling wildlife ranger Paul Pickett in Kielder Forest Northumberland dropped in to ring two 25-day-old rare peregrine falcon chicks; until recently one of Britain's most persecuted bird species

Animal pictures of the week: 19 June 2009

Abseiling wildlife ranger Paul Pickett in Kielder Forest Northumberland dropped in to ring two 25-day-old rare peregrine falcon chicks; until recently one of Britain's most persecuted bird species

A baby sea eagle sits in a nest at a wild animals park in Eekholt, northern GermanyPhotograph: Carsten Rehder/AFP/Getty Images

The week in wildlife - in pictures

A baby sea eagle sits in a nest at a wild animals park in Eekholt, northern GermanyPhotograph: Carsten Rehder/AFP/Getty Images

Children's Picture Books: Children's Picture Books - Harvey, The Boy Who Couldn't Fart

Children's picture books for Christmas

Children's Picture Books: Children's Picture Books - Harvey, The Boy Who Couldn't Fart

The North American Wild Turkey lives in North America. It is the heaviest and the biggest Galliformes.

The North American Wild Turkey lives in North America. It is the heaviest and the biggest Galliformes.

Pictures of Different Beads | HOME - PARACORD AND LEATHER LANYARDS

Pictures of Different Beads | HOME - PARACORD AND LEATHER LANYARDS

Lowland Gorilla  Found in central Africa, the lowland gorilla has been all but wiped out in recent years, thanks to widespread hunting — the meat is an expensive delicacy — and disease, including from the Ebola virus. Rapid deforestation is also destroying their habitat.

Lowland Gorilla Found in central Africa, the lowland gorilla has been all but wiped out in recent years, thanks to widespread hunting — the meat is an expensive delicacy — and disease, including from the Ebola virus. Rapid deforestation is also destroying their habitat.

The incredible 200-day £200,000 mega safari spanning 21 countries

The incredible 200-day £200,000 mega safari spanning 21 countries

For his book, Gorillas: Living on the Edge, wildlife photographer Andy Rouse travelled to the mist-covered Virunga Volcanoes in Rwanda to capture the daily activities of gorillas on camera. Description from pixmag.blogspot.ca. I searched for this on

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