The Blue & Gold Macaw is a large South American parrot. Macaw primarily eat nuts, seeds and fruits and occasionally they consume clay at the river-beds, in order to filter out toxins obtained from unripe nuts they have consumed. They are also popular as pets, they are intelligent and social birds and have the ability to talk.
A Macaw cleaning it self. Taken at Bird world near Bordon Hampshire.
Taken in the Cairngorm Mountains Scotland.
Shipley Windmill, a cornmill built in 1879. Just off A272 West Sussex.
This stature is to commemorate the Royal Marines who played a major part in recapturing the Falkland Islands in 1982.
Statue of Alfred The Great, son of King Ethelwulf of Wessex. Alfred was born in 849 AD, at the age of 4 was sent to Rome where he was confirmed by Pope Leo 1V,who anointed him King. Alfred successfully defended his Kingdom against the Viking. Alfred died in 899AD and was buried in his Capital City of Winchester Hampshire.
The Snowy Owl’s beautiful white plumage helps to hide it in its Arctic habitat. Only the male are completely white. The chicks are dark and spotted, while the females are white with spots on the wings. The owl’s supplement their diet with rabbits,rodents,small birds and fish.
They are a social and affectionate small parrot. Native to the African Continent.
The Wild Dog is highly intelligent and social animal. Like most Predators it plays an important role in eliminating sick and weak animals. They can run long distances, with speeds of up to 35 miles per hour.