Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Variety Of Species

Today I have more of the display cases featuring specimens of birds, grouped together. 


For today, we'll leave off with differences in birds, from summer to winter plumage.

33 comments:

  1. Open the door and let them fly away! ;-)

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  2. Interesting and disturbing to see them stuffed like that...

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  3. So beautiful displays with so much information about the birds!
    They are worth a visit!

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  4. It's a pity that they are all dead and stuffed, but of course this way you can see them in details ! I could even take along my cat, lol !

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  5. It's really useful to be able to see the birds side by side like that and compare their relative sizes.

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  6. They don't need all of them, and they have so many. See if you can get them to send a few to me!

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  7. Hello,
    Beautiful displays! Take care, enjoy your day!

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  8. The birds in our garden are probably less special, but I would rather see them than these dead specimens.

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  9. Such lovely displays. So organized and informative. Very well done.

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  10. ...variety is the spice of life!

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  11. It is interesting to see not only the different plumage but the various sizes.

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  12. @Linda: if only.

    @Lady Fi: a bit.

    @Ella: thanks.

    @Gattina: one wonders what the cat would think.

    @John: it is.

    @David: hah!

    @Eileen: thank you.

    @Jan: that's true.

    @Susie: I agree.

    @Tom: it is.

    @Janey: indeed.

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  13. I recognise quite a few of these beautiful birds William, the duck in the last shot with the blue beak is certainly one I've seen here 💙

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  14. Great group displays of our 'feathered friends' ~

    Moment by moment,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A CreativeHarbor)

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  15. The seasonal colour changes are so magical.

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  16. Who knew there were so many kinds of ducks.

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  17. I like loons but they are very hard to find and watch.

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  18. Wonderful displays with lots of info.
    Very nice to see.

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  19. I prefer ducks in their natural environment... but it's a pretty display.

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  20. Nice bird displays. Thank you for sharing.

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  21. A good way to be able to identify them. I believe these days animals are only stuffed when they have died from natural causes. Doubt that happened in previous centuries.

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  22. Liked seeing all the different birds grouped.

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  23. It's hard to believe there are so many ducks!

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  24. Goodness, I don't like seeing stuffed animals, but must say so many ducks. WOW.

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  25. Nice photos show how amazing the displays are.

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  26. @Grace: they must get around.

    @Carol: thank you!

    @Marie: no doubt.

    @RedPat: they are.

    @Sharon: there are a lot.

    @Red: they are easier to hear.

    @Bill: thank you!

    @Klara: I think so.

    @DJan: you're welcome.

    @Fun60: unlikely.

    @Mari: thanks.

    @Happyone: so do I.

    @Jeanie: there are many.

    @Gemel: wow indeed.

    @Maywyn: I agree.

    @Cloudia: it seems so.

    @Joanne: there's a lot.

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  27. Fascinating to see all those birds, more great exhibits.

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  28. This would be a great boon for artists, prior to the Internet!

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