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yes, but be in time for the ferry back... or you're stuck ;-)

Manual exp and Andy -just spotted these comments from way back. Forgive me... Glad to read them now anyway.

Cheers, Herb

Thanks for the YSL~rol~ No Views!, they return each spring to this area. If they're back I know it's spring. Greetings Berend

Thanks for your comments s921howe, but my book "Birds of east Africa" only mentions the Himantopus h. himantopus. Greetings Berend

Thank you GéCau, I had to wait for a while before a got one shot of it eating. Greetings Berend

A fine male specimen. Other common names for the species are Yellow-cheeked Parrot, Earl of Derby's Parrot or Stanley Parakeet. Although widely encountered as a cage bird, in the wild it is endemic to sw Western Australia.

Hello ghbw Yes I believe the bridge was abandoned when the dam wall was raised and the water level rose ...

Time to break out the kayak me thinks

leuk ik ben daar al een keer weze kijken super afgelegen daar

These salamanders are very beautiful! You see them often, probably because nearby swamp, canal or a pond, where they lay their larvae. But that are common everywhere in the Netherlands? I'm not sure, but I think that in Europe there are little salamanders, unlike in North America. In our country is found only two subspecies of Salamandra Salamandra in cold areas in the mountains. Greetings.

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