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Julia's Images
Julia's Images28th, Nov
Last weekend I was absolutely delighted to be awarded Master of the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (MPAGB).

This photo of a Coyote in Yellowstone NP is one of my favourite images from my MPAGB submission .....and, If you'd like a copy, it is now available to purchase through Picfair - just click on the photo to be taken to the site.
Julia's Images
Julia's Images26th, Nov
Ndutu Conservation Area
Black-backed Jackal hiding in the long grasses, near Ndutu, Tanzania.

Did you know that fossil deposits have revealed the black-backed jackal to be one of the oldest known dog species?
Julia's Images
Julia's Images16th, Nov
Serengeti National Park, Tanzania
With a jaw strong enough to crush bones the hyena is not usually considered to be an attractive mammal ... but sometimes, side profile and in the right light, they can look cute 😁

Spotted Hyena, Serengeti, Tanzania
Julia's Images
Julia's Images11th, Nov
Serengeti National Park, Tanzania
Earlier this year the Tanzanian government banned plastic bags from being imported, exported, manufactured, sold, stored, supplied and used in mainland Tanzania ... and the GOOD news is that the ban is working. Quite an achievement for one of the poorest countries in the world.

Plastic bottles are not yet banned but hopefully one day they will be.
Julia's Images
Julia's Images8th, Nov
Ngorongoro Conservation Area
During courtship, the male Kori Bustard inflates its throat and spreads its white neck feathers. It also lowers its wings and deflects its tail upwards. Unfortunately for this displaying male there were no female bustards anywhere to be seen.

Kori Bustard, Ndutu, Tanzania