||This is a collection of, mainly, bird photographs although there are some other animals included. Most of these
photos are from South America, Europe, Australia Africa and Bhutan. I have attached some notes on each bird wherever possible.
15th December 2017:
New species today are: Yellow-billed Duck, African Openbill and Yellow-footed Antechinus while there are new photos for Greylag Goose and Slowworm.
14th December 2017:
New species today are: Garganey, Northern Shoveler, the Endangered Meller's Duck, Cape Teal, Red-billed Teal, Madagascar Grassbird and Northern Red-headed Weaver.
11th December 2017:
New species today are: Egyptian Goose, Madagascar Blue-pigeon and Cut-throat Finch.
14th November 2017:
New species today are: Half-collared Kingfisher, Grey-headed Lovebird and Black-winged Lovebird while there are new photos for Malachite Kingfisher and Small Tortoiseshell butterfly.
11th November 2017:
New species today are: Madagascar Jacana and Cinereous Vulture while there are new photos of Common Sandpiper, this time from Africa and Long-tailed Tit.
4th November 2017:
New species today are: Sedge Warbler, Lesser Swamp-warbler, Madagascar Swamp-warbler, Common Myna and Madagascar Ground Boa.
30th October 2017:
New species today are: Shikra, Frances's Sparrowhawk, Little Sparrowhawk, Madagascar Sparrowhawk, Rufous-breasted Sparrowhawk and Southern Tree Agama.
23rd October 2017:
New species today are: Madagascar Spinetail, Ethiopian Bushcrow, Abyssinian White-eye, Kenya White-eye, Ethiopian White-eye, Abyssinian Ground-thrush, 6-spot Burnet moth, Common Crab Spider and Western Girdled Lizard while there are new photos for Common Redshank.
19th October 2017:
New species today are: Terek Sandpiper, Lafresnaye's Vanga, Van Dam's Vanga, Striped Ground Squirrel, Unstriped Ground Squirrel and Silver-ground Carpet moth.
16th October 2017:
New species today are: Hook-billed Vanga, Appert's Tetraka, Straw-tailed Whydah, Village Indigobird, Lace Monitor, Red Admiral Butterfly and Hornet while there are new photos for Pin-tailed Whyday and Cinnabar moth.
||I hope that you will enjoy this site.
I will be adding to it for the foreseeable future so please revisit at
I would also be very interested in comments about the birds, the photos
and the web site. Please e-mail me at arthur(at)arthurgrosset.com
Last updated on 15 th December 2017.