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Photos in album Animals and plants (Photos by Emily Aarts 12 years old)(working on it) (635 photos)

Damselfly (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_0043 Damselflies Mating Wheel(Coenagrionidae) is the most abundant Damselfly
Damselfly (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_0256 Damselfly (Coenagrionidae) with prey (mayfly)
Damselfly (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_0257 Damselflies Mating Wheel(Coenagrionidae) is the most abundant Damselfly
Skylark (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_0231 Skylark (Alauda arvensis), a passerine from the family of larks (Alaudidae).
Skylark (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_0233 Skylark (Alauda arvensis), a passerine from the family of larks (Alaudidae).
Flat belly Dragonfly (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_0041 Flat belly Dragonfly (Libellula depressa)
Cormorant (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_0101 Cormorant (Phalacrocoracidae) Lake Starrevaart in Leidschendam between the Rhine-Schie canal and A4 motorway at the height of Voorschoten
Magpie (Photo Emelie Aarts)
Description:
DSC_0298 European Magpie (Pica pica) a bird that belongs to the family of crows.
(Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_0340 Coot (Fulica atra) belongs to the family of rallen.hij is 38 centimeters tall, black and white beak with forehead shield
(Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_0343/2 Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos)Male
Swan Family (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_0353 Swans are the largest water birds in the subfamily Anserinae (swans and geese). Most species belong to the genus Cygnus.
Young Swan (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_0357/2 Swans are the largest water birds in the subfamily Anserinae (swans and geese). Most species belong to the genus Cygnus.
Swan (Photo Emelie Aarts)
Description:
DSC_0365 Swans are the largest water birds in the subfamily Anserinae (swans and geese). Most species belong to the genus Cygnus.
Young Swan (Photo Emelie Aarts)
Description:
DSC_0371 Swans are the largest water birds in the subfamily Anserinae (swans and geese). Most species belong to the genus Cygnus.
(Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_0387/2 Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos)Male and Female
Magpie (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_0406/2 European Magpie (Pica pica) a bird that belongs to the family of crows.
Black Crow (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_0409 The Black Crow (Corvus corone) is a general large songbird. An adult crow is about 48 cm long
Tufted Duck (Foto Emelie Aarts) (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_0428/2 Tufted Duck (Aythya fuligula)
Tufted Duck (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_0438 Tufted Duck (Aythya fuligula)
Magpie (Photo Emelie Aarts)
Description:
Ekster 1 European Magpie (Pica pica) a bird that belongs to the family of crows.
Starling (Photo Emelie Aarts)
Description:
DSC_0134-002 Common Starling (Sturnus vulgaris) is a bird from the family of the starling family (Sturnidae) from the order songbirds
Domestic geese (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_6460 Domestic geese (Anser anser domesticus or Anser cygnoides)Deer park the Leidse Hout
Domestic geese (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_6465 Domestic geese (Anser anser domesticus or Anser cygnoides)Deer park the Leidse Hout
Domestic geese (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_6466 Domestic geese (Anser anser domesticus or Anser cygnoides)Deer park the Leidse Hout
Robin (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_6468 Robin (Erithacus Rubecula)
Mallard (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_6471 Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) Female
Black-headed Gull (Photo Emelie Aarts)
Description:
DSC_6478 Black-headed Gull (Chroicocephalus ridibundus) is a very common species of gulls.
The herring gull (Photo Emelie Aarts)
Description:
DSC_6488 The herring gull (Larus argentatus)
The stork (Photo Emelie Aarts)
Description:
DSC_6492 The stork (Ciconia ciconia)on a nest in the Leidse Hout
The stork (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_6495 The stork (Ciconia ciconia)on a nest in the Leidse Hout
The stork (Photo Emelie Aarts)
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DSC_6496 The stork (Ciconia ciconia)on a nest in the Leidse Hout
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