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The Raven by StormyyWolf
The Raven
Another one from my week at Edinburgh zoo!

A common raven (Corvus corax) also known as the northern raven, these guys are much bigger than you would expect up close! They have been known to have life spans of up to 21 years! They mate for life and each pair defends their own area of territory, they are very intelligant, and can mimic sounds from their environment including human speech.
Smell the... leaves? by StormyyWolf
Smell the... leaves?
Another one from Edinburgh, sorry for the little amount of uploads, i will get right back to uploading.

These are gorgeous African wild dogs, aka known as African painted dogs, these guys are listed as endangered under the IUCN list, they are native to Africa and is the only member of the genus Lycaon, distinguished from Canis by their dentition and fewer toes.
Happy Easter! by StormyyWolf
Happy Easter!
When i was visiting Yorkshire Wildlife Park some time ago i came across this little guy in the Wallaby enclosure!
Still a little baby bunny was the only Easter picture i could choose as i don't have any chick pictures!

Hope everyone has a lovely Easter!
OMG it's Friday! by StormyyWolf
OMG it's Friday!
And who doesn't love the weekends!

One of my shots from Yorkshire Wildlife park, of the Bactrian camels (Camelus bactrianus)!

These guys, with two humps are the rarest of the two species, they are listed as critically endangered on the IUCN list, with a dwindling population of 600-800 approximately.

In the wild its range is restricted to parts of the Gobi and Taklamakan Deserts in Mongolia and China migrating to Siberia during the winter months.
Sleepy Yellow-crowned parrot by StormyyWolf
Sleepy Yellow-crowned parrot
One of my shots from Central Florida Zoo!

This little guy is a very tired Yellow-crowned parrot, otherwise known as Yellow-crowned Amazon (Amazona ochrocephala)!

These guys are found in the Amazon Basin and Guianas, with some populations in South America and Panama. They are believed to be declining in population but are listed for now as Least Concern and are listed on appendix II.


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Welcome to Stormyy Photography!

I have a degree in BSc (Hons) Zoo Biology!

I hope to create awareness about animals and the environment through this page, under each picture their should be a description about each one. Knowledge is the key!

Photography has been a hobby of mine for a while, most of work is animal based and i love to do landscape photography and general nature photography.

I use a Nikon D3100 with a 18-55mm lens, and also a 55-300mm lens.

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Thank you to everyone that wished me a Happy Birthday! :la:

Heeeh, i got a new camera yay! A new Nikon D5300, which i will sooo be looking forward to using! I also got a few other really nice things!

I also went to Chester Zoo last week and got some reaaaally cute pictures which i look forward to sharing with you!
  • Mood: Cheerful
  • Eating: Birthday cake!

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Cheetox Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Been a good long while Nicnac but HAPPY BIRTDAY! Hope you're doing well, however you're keeping yourself busy these days!
ratinrage Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2015  Hobbyist Photographer
(((Happy Birthday Girl!!))) by LOVEMAYUHappy-Birthday by KmyGraphicHUGS FOR ALL OF YOU! by AudraMBlackburnsArtflower67 by Luckygay
Biology-Meets-Art Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2015
Happy birthday!
Artist-Who-Draws Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy Birthday! :)
MaresaSinclair Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2015
Happy Birthday!
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