Do send in your good wildlife photos, as well as photos of yourself, with the latter for the “photos of readers” feature (we have only one left). We have several contributors today:
Reader pyers sent some bird photos, and I’ve indented his captions:
Nothing special but I was playing around with a new lens over the weekend ….
A chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs):
A great tit fledgling (Parus major) that looks as if it has been through a tumble drier 🙂
and a sunset ….
From Reader Bryan:
I submit a photo of a dragonfly (below). I’m confused when assigning the Latin binomial. It is suborder anisoptera. Location: northeast U.S.
Reader Amy Edmonds sent a mystery bird (can anyone identify it), as well as some ducks from her local pond, many of which appear to be hybrids between wild and domestic mallards, or even between wild mallards and other wild duck species. (She thinks some of these may be hybrids between wild mallards and a domesticated variety of them, Ancona ducks.)