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Golden Bishop


Dehesa de Abajo, Doñana, Spain
© Brian J Davies

#nature #wildlife #birds
 
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Golden Bishop


Dehesa de Abajo, Doñana, Spain
© Brian J Davies

#nature #wildlife #birds
 
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Little Owl


Doñana National Park, Spain
© Brian J Davies

#nature #wildlife #birds
 
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Little Owl


Doñana National Park, Spain
© Brian J Davies

#nature #wildlife #birds
 

Do NOT consume palm oil. Palm oil plantations KILL helpless orangutans on purpose. When you eat processed food products with palm oil, THIS is what you are buying.

Palm Oil Investigations


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Palm oil and species extinction
​Quote Taken from COP (Centre For Orangutan Protection)
"Orangutans’ #poaching is done deliberately as a policy made by #palmoil #corporations. Therefore they hire local people as pest busters, who serve the #corporation with #killing any #wild #animals, including #orangutans, which spoil #palm oil trees within the #plantations. The pest busters will bring up a cut-off hand of an #orangutan they have killed and hand it to the corporation as a proof. When they find an adult female orangutan with her baby, they will usually kill the ‘mother‘ and take away the baby for pet or sale".

It is estimated that over 50 Orangutan are killed every week due to #deforestation. #Forest homes are cleared by either heavy machinery or fire. Orangutans are left starved with no #food source and often trapped in pockets of isolated areas with no way out and often wander onto plantations searching for food. The orangutan are considered a pest by many of the oil palm companies as they often destroy young palm plants in the hope of finding food.​ They are run over by excavation equipment, doused in petrol and burnt alive, captured, tortured, beaten, shot with air guns or slaughtered. As forest home is destroyed they become vulnerable to poachers. Infant orangutans have monetary value and are often kept as pets or illegally smuggled, the only way a mother will let go of her infant is if she has been killed.
#animalrights #wildlife #habitat #vegan #veganism
 

Do NOT consume palm oil. Palm oil plantations KILL helpless orangutans on purpose. When you eat processed food products with palm oil, THIS is what you are buying.

Palm Oil Investigations


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Palm oil and species extinction
​Quote Taken from COP (Centre For Orangutan Protection)
"Orangutans’ #poaching is done deliberately as a policy made by #palmoil #corporations. Therefore they hire local people as pest busters, who serve the #corporation with #killing any #wild #animals, including #orangutans, which spoil #palm oil trees within the #plantations. The pest busters will bring up a cut-off hand of an #orangutan they have killed and hand it to the corporation as a proof. When they find an adult female orangutan with her baby, they will usually kill the ‘mother‘ and take away the baby for pet or sale".

It is estimated that over 50 Orangutan are killed every week due to #deforestation. #Forest homes are cleared by either heavy machinery or fire. Orangutans are left starved with no #food source and often trapped in pockets of isolated areas with no way out and often wander onto plantations searching for food. The orangutan are considered a pest by many of the oil palm companies as they often destroy young palm plants in the hope of finding food.​ They are run over by excavation equipment, doused in petrol and burnt alive, captured, tortured, beaten, shot with air guns or slaughtered. As forest home is destroyed they become vulnerable to poachers. Infant orangutans have monetary value and are often kept as pets or illegally smuggled, the only way a mother will let go of her infant is if she has been killed.
#animalrights #wildlife #habitat #vegan #veganism
 

Do NOT consume palm oil. Palm oil plantations KILL helpless orangutans on purpose. When you eat processed food products with palm oil, THIS is what you are buying.

Palm Oil Investigations


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Palm oil and species extinction
​Quote Taken from COP (Centre For Orangutan Protection)
"Orangutans’ #poaching is done deliberately as a policy made by #palmoil #corporations. Therefore they hire local people as pest busters, who serve the #corporation with #killing any #wild #animals, including #orangutans, which spoil #palm oil trees within the #plantations. The pest busters will bring up a cut-off hand of an #orangutan they have killed and hand it to the corporation as a proof. When they find an adult female orangutan with her baby, they will usually kill the ‘mother‘ and take away the baby for pet or sale".

It is estimated that over 50 Orangutan are killed every week due to #deforestation. #Forest homes are cleared by either heavy machinery or fire. Orangutans are left starved with no #food source and often trapped in pockets of isolated areas with no way out and often wander onto plantations searching for food. The orangutan are considered a pest by many of the oil palm companies as they often destroy young palm plants in the hope of finding food.​ They are run over by excavation equipment, doused in petrol and burnt alive, captured, tortured, beaten, shot with air guns or slaughtered. As forest home is destroyed they become vulnerable to poachers. Infant orangutans have monetary value and are often kept as pets or illegally smuggled, the only way a mother will let go of her infant is if she has been killed.
#animalrights #wildlife #habitat #vegan #veganism
 
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#garden #messyGarden #wildlife #birdfeeder
Your garden can be a natural bird feeder.
In the picture agastache or hyssop, but native coneflowers, thistles, asters, rudbeckias and coreopsis are all good flower-seed choices as well.
Further, a messy garden is the perfect place for bees, butterflies and other beneficial insects and wildlife to survive the winter. And…messy can be surprisingly beautiful!
https://typhlonectes.tumblr.com/post/180996723428/your-garden-can-be-a-natural-bird-feeder-in
 
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#garden #messyGarden #wildlife #birdfeeder
Your garden can be a natural bird feeder.
In the picture agastache or hyssop, but native coneflowers, thistles, asters, rudbeckias and coreopsis are all good flower-seed choices as well.
Further, a messy garden is the perfect place for bees, butterflies and other beneficial insects and wildlife to survive the winter. And…messy can be surprisingly beautiful!
https://typhlonectes.tumblr.com/post/180996723428/your-garden-can-be-a-natural-bird-feeder-in
 
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Roller in flight


Lilac-breasted Roller
Savuti, Botswana
© Brian J Davies

#photography #nature #wildlife #birds #Africa #Botswana
 

on the move




Just wanted to say hi and send a life signal. I have been in absence for a long time, there was just to much going on. Now I' ve a little settled in my new home in the deep forests of sweden. Here is my first shot of the capercaillie cock, looking forward to a beautiful northern winter 😀
#auerhahn #capercaillie #wildlife #fotografie #foto #photo #photography #mywork #myphoto #wildlifescenes
 

on the move




Just wanted to say hi and send a life signal. I have been in absence for a long time, there was just to much going on. Now I' ve a little settled in my new home in the deep forests of sweden. Here is my first shot of the capercaillie cock, looking forward to a beautiful northern winter 😀
#auerhahn #capercaillie #wildlife #fotografie #foto #photo #photography #mywork #myphoto #wildlifescenes
 
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