Wildlife Family Groups

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Looking for great images that capture the interaction between parents and young of a specific species. This can be one or both parents, one or more offspring. Species can be wild or non-domesticated (ie NO pets please). Images should be sharp and well lit, but the key element is the interaction between the subjects, so faces and eyes will usually need to be clearly visible. Species to be identified by common and scientific names where appropriate, and relevant location information included as well.

Tags: wildlife photography   wildlife family images   wildlife family photos   wild animal groups   wild animal behaviours   ethology  

Resources Link: The Knowledge Project: Animal Behaviour

Statistics: This lightbox contains 65 images from 13 photographers and has been viewed 515 times since it was published on 12/31/2014 8:52:15 PM.

Photo Caption List

1. Sea lions, Kangaroo Island, Australia. A female sea lion and her pup were pictured at the Seal Bay Conservation Park on Kangaroo Island.

2. Gannet pair greeting eachother. A pair of gannets greeting eachother lovingly after flying out at sea, in a larger nesting colony at Muriwai in New Zealand

3. Goose family. Male and female geese with their three fluffy goslings in New Zealand.

4. couple of Wood ducks. The Wood duck or Carolina duck is a species found in North America. The male can be identified as the more colorful of the couple. As opposed to the female, that has a more uniform shade of colors.

5. Ducklings sitting on grass. A nest of cute little ducklings sitting together in a shady spot on the grass.

6. virginia deer fawn and doe. The White-Tailed deer, also known as Virginia deer is know to have a white patch right unederneeth its tail. They are particularly curious during winter time, as they're always looking for food. This fawn felt protected with its mother (doe) right next to him.

7. Mallard ducklings. The mallard is a dabbling duck which breeds throughout the temperate and subtropical Americas, Europe, Asia, and North Africa. This duck belongs to the subfamily Anatinae of the waterfowl family Anatidae. The male birds (drakes) have a glossy green head and are grey on wings and belly, while the females have mainly brown-speckled plumage. Mallards live in wetlands, eat water plants and small animals, and are gregarious.

8. White-Tailed deer (Virginia deer). The White-Tailed deer, also known as Virginia deer is know to have a white patch right unederneeth its tail. They are particularly curious during winter time, as they're always looking for food. This fawn felt protected with its mother (doe) right next to him.

9. Gray Squirrels in love. The eastern gray squirrel or grey squirrel, depending on region, (Sciurus carolinensis) is a tree squirrel in the genus Sciurus. Sciurus carolinensis is native to the eastern and midwestern United States, and to the southerly portions of the eastern provinces of eastern Canada. As the name suggests, the eastern gray squirrel has predominantly gray fur, but it can have a brownish color. It has a usual white underside as compared to the typical brownish-orange underside of the fox squirrel.

10. Twin Asian elephant calves. Chitwan National Park situated in southern Nepal is home to the single-horned Asian rhinoceros, tigers, deer, monkeys and a huge variety of birds. It can be explored on elephant back, on foot or by boat. Chitwan became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984. Close to Sauruha is an Elephant breeding centre where Asian elephants can be seen in close-up.

11. Goose with goslings, Norfolk Island. Goose with three goslings swimming, sunny, spring, Norfolk Island, 2012 (Greylag Goose - Anser anser)

12. Booby and chick in nest, Norfolk Island. Booby and chick in nest, sunny, National Park, spring, Phillip Island, near Norfolk Island, 2012(Masked Booby - Sula dactylatra)

13. Lemur family sunbathing, Madagascar. A ring-tailed lemur family enjoy the first rays of warming sunshine, a daily ritual for this species of lemurs in Madagascar.

14. Black Swans and signet. Black Swans and signet, overcast, spring, Canberra, Australia, 2011

15. Mother Pukeko with her chicks. A female pukeko hen feeding and protecting her two fluffy chicks in New Zealand.

16. Koalas, Gold Coast, Australia. The two joeys keep their mother constantly busy, riding on her back, snuggling to her or climbing up a tree over her head. One of them is less active while the other, possibly older who is more alert.

17. Cute lion cubs hugging, Panthera leo. Two cute lion cubs hugging, Panthera leo

18. The wood ducks, Gold Coast, Australia. There is something so sweet about the pictured family sheltering from the sun. The wood ducks are a common sight in many parts of Australia. They inhabit areas by the lakes, streams or swamps, feeding on grasses and insects.

19. Fighting kangaroos set of 30 shots. Kangaroos fighting over a female

20. Fighting kangaroos set of 30 shots. Kangaroos fighting over a female

21. Fighting kangaroos set of 30 shots. Kangaroos fighting over a female

22. Fighting kangaroos. Kangaroos fighting over a female

23. Fighting kangaroos. Kangaroos fighting over a female

24. Fighting kangaroos. Kangaroos fighting over a female

25. Fighting kangaroos. Kangaroos fighting over a female

26. The emu family. emu eggs,emu dad,emu chicks

27. Fighting kangaroos set of 30 shots. Kangaroos fighting over a female

28. Fighting kangaroos set of 30 shots. Kangaroos fighting over a female

29. Fighting kangaroos set of 30 shots. Kangaroos fighting over a female

30. Fighting kangaroos set of 30 shots. Kangaroos fighting over a female

31. Emu. Head portrait of Emu. Cook's Reserve, Minlaton, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia. 0001

32. New born Galapagos Sea lion pup with mother. New born Galapagos Sea lion pup with mother, Isla Rabida, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador (ref:B045_478)

33. Fighting kangaroos set of 30 shots. Kangaroos fighting over a female

34. Baby sea lion contentedly basking in the sun. Baby sea lion contentedly basking in the sun near the sleeping adults (ref:B045_651)

35. Masked booby mating pair, Isla Espanola. Pair of Masked booby preening each other, Isla Espanola, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador (ref:B046_634)

36. Brown Pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis) with chicks. Brown Pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis) with chicks on nest, Isla Rabida, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador (ref:B045_476)

37. Black Browed Albatross pair courting. Pair of Black Browed Albatross performing courtship rituals. The Black-Browed Albatross mates for life and these pairs return to steep hillslopes of Macquarie Island each year to breed.

38. Emporer Penguin feeding a chick. Adult emporer penguin regurgitating food for chick. Taken at the Auster Colony, located near Australia's Mawson Station in Antarctica