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Ballynafagh Church 03
Ballynafagh Church 03
  • Author: Rikspix1 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-06 21:38:36
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°18'44"N - 6°46'25"W
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Ballyfanagh Church
Ballyfanagh Church
  • Author: Rikspix1 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-06 21:37:44
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°18'44"N - 6°46'25"W
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ruined church
  • Author: BarryKelly Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-03-20 19:36:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°18'42"N - 6°46'34"W
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Thu, Dec 6th, 2018 Found Male Cat - Barrington Court, Prosperous, Kildare
Thu, Dec 6th, 2018 Found Male Cat - Barrington Court, Prosperous, Kildare
  • Author: Lost and Found Pets Ireland Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-12-07 10:44:45
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°17'16"N - 6°45'37"W
  • Found on Thu Dec 6th, a male cat, less than 6 months old. He is not neutered www.lostandfoundpets.ie/2zngnn
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Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
  • Author: Brian Carruthers-Dublin-Eire Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-06-01 10:12:46
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°18'16"N - 6°47'4"W
  • [order] Gruiformes | [family] Rallidae | [latin] Rallus aquaticus | [UK] Water Rail | [FR] Râle d'eau | [DE] Wasserralle | [ES] Rascón Europeo | [IT] Porciglione comune | [NL] Waterral Measurements spanwidth min.: 40 cm spanwidth max.: 43 cm size min.: 23 cm size max.: 26 cm Breeding incubation min.: 19 days incubation max.: 22 days fledging min.: 20 days fledging max.: 30 days broods 1 eggs min.: 6 eggs max.: 11 Physical characteristics In 60% of nominate birds, variable number of greater and median upperwing coverts have white bars, black feathers, white markings may also occur on alula (bastard wing), primary covers and even remiges. Undertail coverts usually white but may have variable amounts of buff, and sometimes show black baring. female smeller with shorter bill. Habitat Any type of dense riparian and aquatic vegetation at still or slow-moving water. Breeding habitat includes reedbeds and other emergent vegetation of swamps, marshes and fens. Mainly lowland, but resident up to 2000 meter. Other details This rail inhabits wetlands in a major part of Eurasia, from Iberia, Iceland and southern Scandinavia to Iran, China and eastern Siberia. The birds of the south and the west of that area are largely sedentary. Those of northern and eastern Europe are migratory and winter in the south-west of the continent. Nearly all populations are adversely affected by the destruction of wetlands, and the species is showing an overall decline Feeding Diet many terrestrial and aquatic insects and teir larvae, worms, leeches, molluscs, shrimps and spiders. Small vertebrates, killed or as carrion, including amphibians, fish, birds and mammals. Plant foods include shoots, roots, seeds, berries and fruits.
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Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
  • Author: Brian Carruthers-Dublin-Eire Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-06-01 08:26:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°18'16"N - 6°47'4"W
  • [order] Gruiformes | [family] Rallidae | [latin] Rallus aquaticus | [UK] Water Rail | [FR] Râle d'eau | [DE] Wasserralle | [ES] Rascón Europeo | [IT] Porciglione comune | [NL] Waterral Measurements spanwidth min.: 40 cm spanwidth max.: 43 cm size min.: 23 cm size max.: 26 cm Breeding incubation min.: 19 days incubation max.: 22 days fledging min.: 20 days fledging max.: 30 days broods 1 eggs min.: 6 eggs max.: 11 Physical characteristics In 60% of nominate birds, variable number of greater and median upperwing coverts have white bars, black feathers, white markings may also occur on alula (bastard wing), primary covers and even remiges. Undertail coverts usually white but may have variable amounts of buff, and sometimes show black baring. female smeller with shorter bill. Habitat Any type of dense riparian and aquatic vegetation at still or slow-moving water. Breeding habitat includes reedbeds and other emergent vegetation of swamps, marshes and fens. Mainly lowland, but resident up to 2000 meter. Other details This rail inhabits wetlands in a major part of Eurasia, from Iberia, Iceland and southern Scandinavia to Iran, China and eastern Siberia. The birds of the south and the west of that area are largely sedentary. Those of northern and eastern Europe are migratory and winter in the south-west of the continent. Nearly all populations are adversely affected by the destruction of wetlands, and the species is showing an overall decline Feeding Diet many terrestrial and aquatic insects and teir larvae, worms, leeches, molluscs, shrimps and spiders. Small vertebrates, killed or as carrion, including amphibians, fish, birds and mammals. Plant foods include shoots, roots, seeds, berries and fruits.
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Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
  • Author: Brian Carruthers-Dublin-Eire Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-06-01 10:12:10
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°18'16"N - 6°47'5"W
  • [order] Gruiformes | [family] Rallidae | [latin] Rallus aquaticus | [UK] Water Rail | [FR] Râle d'eau | [DE] Wasserralle | [ES] Rascón Europeo | [IT] Porciglione comune | [NL] Waterral Measurements spanwidth min.: 40 cm spanwidth max.: 43 cm size min.: 23 cm size max.: 26 cm Breeding incubation min.: 19 days incubation max.: 22 days fledging min.: 20 days fledging max.: 30 days broods 1 eggs min.: 6 eggs max.: 11 Physical characteristics In 60% of nominate birds, variable number of greater and median upperwing coverts have white bars, black feathers, white markings may also occur on alula (bastard wing), primary covers and even remiges. Undertail coverts usually white but may have variable amounts of buff, and sometimes show black baring. female smeller with shorter bill. Habitat Any type of dense riparian and aquatic vegetation at still or slow-moving water. Breeding habitat includes reedbeds and other emergent vegetation of swamps, marshes and fens. Mainly lowland, but resident up to 2000 meter. Other details This rail inhabits wetlands in a major part of Eurasia, from Iberia, Iceland and southern Scandinavia to Iran, China and eastern Siberia. The birds of the south and the west of that area are largely sedentary. Those of northern and eastern Europe are migratory and winter in the south-west of the continent. Nearly all populations are adversely affected by the destruction of wetlands, and the species is showing an overall decline Feeding Diet many terrestrial and aquatic insects and teir larvae, worms, leeches, molluscs, shrimps and spiders. Small vertebrates, killed or as carrion, including amphibians, fish, birds and mammals. Plant foods include shoots, roots, seeds, berries and fruits.
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Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
  • Author: Brian Carruthers-Dublin-Eire Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-06-01 09:29:52
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°18'16"N - 6°47'4"W
  • [order] Gruiformes | [family] Rallidae | [latin] Rallus aquaticus | [UK] Water Rail | [FR] Râle d'eau | [DE] Wasserralle | [ES] Rascón Europeo | [IT] Porciglione comune | [NL] Waterral Measurements spanwidth min.: 40 cm spanwidth max.: 43 cm size min.: 23 cm size max.: 26 cm Breeding incubation min.: 19 days incubation max.: 22 days fledging min.: 20 days fledging max.: 30 days broods 1 eggs min.: 6 eggs max.: 11 Physical characteristics In 60% of nominate birds, variable number of greater and median upperwing coverts have white bars, black feathers, white markings may also occur on alula (bastard wing), primary covers and even remiges. Undertail coverts usually white but may have variable amounts of buff, and sometimes show black baring. female smeller with shorter bill. Habitat Any type of dense riparian and aquatic vegetation at still or slow-moving water. Breeding habitat includes reedbeds and other emergent vegetation of swamps, marshes and fens. Mainly lowland, but resident up to 2000 meter. Other details This rail inhabits wetlands in a major part of Eurasia, from Iberia, Iceland and southern Scandinavia to Iran, China and eastern Siberia. The birds of the south and the west of that area are largely sedentary. Those of northern and eastern Europe are migratory and winter in the south-west of the continent. Nearly all populations are adversely affected by the destruction of wetlands, and the species is showing an overall decline Feeding Diet many terrestrial and aquatic insects and teir larvae, worms, leeches, molluscs, shrimps and spiders. Small vertebrates, killed or as carrion, including amphibians, fish, birds and mammals. Plant foods include shoots, roots, seeds, berries and fruits.
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Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
  • Author: Brian Carruthers-Dublin-Eire Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-06-01 09:44:12
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°18'16"N - 6°47'4"W
  • [order] Gruiformes | [family] Rallidae | [latin] Rallus aquaticus | [UK] Water Rail | [FR] Râle d'eau | [DE] Wasserralle | [ES] Rascón Europeo | [IT] Porciglione comune | [NL] Waterral Measurements spanwidth min.: 40 cm spanwidth max.: 43 cm size min.: 23 cm size max.: 26 cm Breeding incubation min.: 19 days incubation max.: 22 days fledging min.: 20 days fledging max.: 30 days broods 1 eggs min.: 6 eggs max.: 11 Physical characteristics In 60% of nominate birds, variable number of greater and median upperwing coverts have white bars, black feathers, white markings may also occur on alula (bastard wing), primary covers and even remiges. Undertail coverts usually white but may have variable amounts of buff, and sometimes show black baring. female smeller with shorter bill. Habitat Any type of dense riparian and aquatic vegetation at still or slow-moving water. Breeding habitat includes reedbeds and other emergent vegetation of swamps, marshes and fens. Mainly lowland, but resident up to 2000 meter. Other details This rail inhabits wetlands in a major part of Eurasia, from Iberia, Iceland and southern Scandinavia to Iran, China and eastern Siberia. The birds of the south and the west of that area are largely sedentary. Those of northern and eastern Europe are migratory and winter in the south-west of the continent. Nearly all populations are adversely affected by the destruction of wetlands, and the species is showing an overall decline Feeding Diet many terrestrial and aquatic insects and teir larvae, worms, leeches, molluscs, shrimps and spiders. Small vertebrates, killed or as carrion, including amphibians, fish, birds and mammals. Plant foods include shoots, roots, seeds, berries and fruits.
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Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
  • Author: Brian Carruthers-Dublin-Eire Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-06-01 09:50:03
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°18'16"N - 6°47'4"W
  • [order] Gruiformes | [family] Rallidae | [latin] Rallus aquaticus | [UK] Water Rail | [FR] Râle d'eau | [DE] Wasserralle | [ES] Rascón Europeo | [IT] Porciglione comune | [NL] Waterral Measurements spanwidth min.: 40 cm spanwidth max.: 43 cm size min.: 23 cm size max.: 26 cm Breeding incubation min.: 19 days incubation max.: 22 days fledging min.: 20 days fledging max.: 30 days broods 1 eggs min.: 6 eggs max.: 11 Physical characteristics In 60% of nominate birds, variable number of greater and median upperwing coverts have white bars, black feathers, white markings may also occur on alula (bastard wing), primary covers and even remiges. Undertail coverts usually white but may have variable amounts of buff, and sometimes show black baring. female smeller with shorter bill. Habitat Any type of dense riparian and aquatic vegetation at still or slow-moving water. Breeding habitat includes reedbeds and other emergent vegetation of swamps, marshes and fens. Mainly lowland, but resident up to 2000 meter. Other details This rail inhabits wetlands in a major part of Eurasia, from Iberia, Iceland and southern Scandinavia to Iran, China and eastern Siberia. The birds of the south and the west of that area are largely sedentary. Those of northern and eastern Europe are migratory and winter in the south-west of the continent. Nearly all populations are adversely affected by the destruction of wetlands, and the species is showing an overall decline Feeding Diet many terrestrial and aquatic insects and teir larvae, worms, leeches, molluscs, shrimps and spiders. Small vertebrates, killed or as carrion, including amphibians, fish, birds and mammals. Plant foods include shoots, roots, seeds, berries and fruits.
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Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
  • Author: Brian Carruthers-Dublin-Eire Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-06-01 10:11:23
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°18'16"N - 6°47'4"W
  • [order] Gruiformes | [family] Rallidae | [latin] Rallus aquaticus | [UK] Water Rail | [FR] Râle d'eau | [DE] Wasserralle | [ES] Rascón Europeo | [IT] Porciglione comune | [NL] Waterral Measurements spanwidth min.: 40 cm spanwidth max.: 43 cm size min.: 23 cm size max.: 26 cm Breeding incubation min.: 19 days incubation max.: 22 days fledging min.: 20 days fledging max.: 30 days broods 1 eggs min.: 6 eggs max.: 11 Physical characteristics In 60% of nominate birds, variable number of greater and median upperwing coverts have white bars, black feathers, white markings may also occur on alula (bastard wing), primary covers and even remiges. Undertail coverts usually white but may have variable amounts of buff, and sometimes show black baring. female smeller with shorter bill. Habitat Any type of dense riparian and aquatic vegetation at still or slow-moving water. Breeding habitat includes reedbeds and other emergent vegetation of swamps, marshes and fens. Mainly lowland, but resident up to 2000 meter. Other details This rail inhabits wetlands in a major part of Eurasia, from Iberia, Iceland and southern Scandinavia to Iran, China and eastern Siberia. The birds of the south and the west of that area are largely sedentary. Those of northern and eastern Europe are migratory and winter in the south-west of the continent. Nearly all populations are adversely affected by the destruction of wetlands, and the species is showing an overall decline Feeding Diet many terrestrial and aquatic insects and teir larvae, worms, leeches, molluscs, shrimps and spiders. Small vertebrates, killed or as carrion, including amphibians, fish, birds and mammals. Plant foods include shoots, roots, seeds, berries and fruits.
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Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
  • Author: Brian Carruthers-Dublin-Eire Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-06-01 10:11:41
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°18'16"N - 6°47'4"W
  • [order] Gruiformes | [family] Rallidae | [latin] Rallus aquaticus | [UK] Water Rail | [FR] Râle d'eau | [DE] Wasserralle | [ES] Rascón Europeo | [IT] Porciglione comune | [NL] Waterral Measurements spanwidth min.: 40 cm spanwidth max.: 43 cm size min.: 23 cm size max.: 26 cm Breeding incubation min.: 19 days incubation max.: 22 days fledging min.: 20 days fledging max.: 30 days broods 1 eggs min.: 6 eggs max.: 11 Physical characteristics In 60% of nominate birds, variable number of greater and median upperwing coverts have white bars, black feathers, white markings may also occur on alula (bastard wing), primary covers and even remiges. Undertail coverts usually white but may have variable amounts of buff, and sometimes show black baring. female smeller with shorter bill. Habitat Any type of dense riparian and aquatic vegetation at still or slow-moving water. Breeding habitat includes reedbeds and other emergent vegetation of swamps, marshes and fens. Mainly lowland, but resident up to 2000 meter. Other details This rail inhabits wetlands in a major part of Eurasia, from Iberia, Iceland and southern Scandinavia to Iran, China and eastern Siberia. The birds of the south and the west of that area are largely sedentary. Those of northern and eastern Europe are migratory and winter in the south-west of the continent. Nearly all populations are adversely affected by the destruction of wetlands, and the species is showing an overall decline Feeding Diet many terrestrial and aquatic insects and teir larvae, worms, leeches, molluscs, shrimps and spiders. Small vertebrates, killed or as carrion, including amphibians, fish, birds and mammals. Plant foods include shoots, roots, seeds, berries and fruits.
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Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
  • Author: Brian Carruthers-Dublin-Eire Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-06-01 10:12:11
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°18'16"N - 6°47'4"W
  • [order] Gruiformes | [family] Rallidae | [latin] Rallus aquaticus | [UK] Water Rail | [FR] Râle d'eau | [DE] Wasserralle | [ES] Rascón Europeo | [IT] Porciglione comune | [NL] Waterral Measurements spanwidth min.: 40 cm spanwidth max.: 43 cm size min.: 23 cm size max.: 26 cm Breeding incubation min.: 19 days incubation max.: 22 days fledging min.: 20 days fledging max.: 30 days broods 1 eggs min.: 6 eggs max.: 11 Physical characteristics In 60% of nominate birds, variable number of greater and median upperwing coverts have white bars, black feathers, white markings may also occur on alula (bastard wing), primary covers and even remiges. Undertail coverts usually white but may have variable amounts of buff, and sometimes show black baring. female smeller with shorter bill. Habitat Any type of dense riparian and aquatic vegetation at still or slow-moving water. Breeding habitat includes reedbeds and other emergent vegetation of swamps, marshes and fens. Mainly lowland, but resident up to 2000 meter. Other details This rail inhabits wetlands in a major part of Eurasia, from Iberia, Iceland and southern Scandinavia to Iran, China and eastern Siberia. The birds of the south and the west of that area are largely sedentary. Those of northern and eastern Europe are migratory and winter in the south-west of the continent. Nearly all populations are adversely affected by the destruction of wetlands, and the species is showing an overall decline Feeding Diet many terrestrial and aquatic insects and teir larvae, worms, leeches, molluscs, shrimps and spiders. Small vertebrates, killed or as carrion, including amphibians, fish, birds and mammals. Plant foods include shoots, roots, seeds, berries and fruits.
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Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
  • Author: Brian Carruthers-Dublin-Eire Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-06-01 10:12:14
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°18'16"N - 6°47'4"W
  • [order] Gruiformes | [family] Rallidae | [latin] Rallus aquaticus | [UK] Water Rail | [FR] Râle d'eau | [DE] Wasserralle | [ES] Rascón Europeo | [IT] Porciglione comune | [NL] Waterral Measurements spanwidth min.: 40 cm spanwidth max.: 43 cm size min.: 23 cm size max.: 26 cm Breeding incubation min.: 19 days incubation max.: 22 days fledging min.: 20 days fledging max.: 30 days broods 1 eggs min.: 6 eggs max.: 11 Physical characteristics In 60% of nominate birds, variable number of greater and median upperwing coverts have white bars, black feathers, white markings may also occur on alula (bastard wing), primary covers and even remiges. Undertail coverts usually white but may have variable amounts of buff, and sometimes show black baring. female smeller with shorter bill. Habitat Any type of dense riparian and aquatic vegetation at still or slow-moving water. Breeding habitat includes reedbeds and other emergent vegetation of swamps, marshes and fens. Mainly lowland, but resident up to 2000 meter. Other details This rail inhabits wetlands in a major part of Eurasia, from Iberia, Iceland and southern Scandinavia to Iran, China and eastern Siberia. The birds of the south and the west of that area are largely sedentary. Those of northern and eastern Europe are migratory and winter in the south-west of the continent. Nearly all populations are adversely affected by the destruction of wetlands, and the species is showing an overall decline Feeding Diet many terrestrial and aquatic insects and teir larvae, worms, leeches, molluscs, shrimps and spiders. Small vertebrates, killed or as carrion, including amphibians, fish, birds and mammals. Plant foods include shoots, roots, seeds, berries and fruits.
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Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
Water Rail (Rallus aquaticus)
  • Author: Brian Carruthers-Dublin-Eire Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2014-06-01 10:11:26
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°18'16"N - 6°47'4"W
  • [order] Gruiformes | [family] Rallidae | [latin] Rallus aquaticus | [UK] Water Rail | [FR] Râle d'eau | [DE] Wasserralle | [ES] Rascón Europeo | [IT] Porciglione comune | [NL] Waterral Measurements spanwidth min.: 40 cm spanwidth max.: 43 cm size min.: 23 cm size max.: 26 cm Breeding incubation min.: 19 days incubation max.: 22 days fledging min.: 20 days fledging max.: 30 days broods 1 eggs min.: 6 eggs max.: 11 Physical characteristics In 60% of nominate birds, variable number of greater and median upperwing coverts have white bars, black feathers, white markings may also occur on alula (bastard wing), primary covers and even remiges. Undertail coverts usually white but may have variable amounts of buff, and sometimes show black baring. female smeller with shorter bill. Habitat Any type of dense riparian and aquatic vegetation at still or slow-moving water. Breeding habitat includes reedbeds and other emergent vegetation of swamps, marshes and fens. Mainly lowland, but resident up to 2000 meter. Other details This rail inhabits wetlands in a major part of Eurasia, from Iberia, Iceland and southern Scandinavia to Iran, China and eastern Siberia. The birds of the south and the west of that area are largely sedentary. Those of northern and eastern Europe are migratory and winter in the south-west of the continent. Nearly all populations are adversely affected by the destruction of wetlands, and the species is showing an overall decline Feeding Diet many terrestrial and aquatic insects and teir larvae, worms, leeches, molluscs, shrimps and spiders. Small vertebrates, killed or as carrion, including amphibians, fish, birds and mammals. Plant foods include shoots, roots, seeds, berries and fruits.
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