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Saturday, February 26, 2011

Best Photographs Of NGC For November 2010

 Every month the gallery of National Geographic Channel contains of places, people, birds, animals and nature.  This month you can find the category of birds and animals.

Monarch Butterflies, Mexico

Monarch Butterflies, Mexico

Millions of monarch butterflies travel to ancestral winter roosts in Mexico’s shrinking mountain fir forests. Photograph by Joel Sartore, National Geographic photographer.

Zebras, Botswana

Zebras, Botswana
In Botswana, one of the largest zebra migrations on the continent takes place each year, as some 25,000 zebra follow the rains and cross from the Okavango Delta.  Photograph by Robert B. Haas, National Geographic photographer.

White Pelicans, Mississippi

White Pelicans, Mississippi
White pelicans are among the largest Mississippi Flyway migrants.  They use a unique fishing technique, cooperatively herding fish into small areas on the surface where the pickings are easy. Photograph by Annie Griffiths, National Geographic photographer.

Pacific Salmon

Pacific Salmon
Six Pacific salmon species migrate back to Russia’s remote Kamchatka Peninsula to spawn, their shapes and colors changing dramatically as they move into fresh water. Photographed by Randy Olson

Pronghorn, Wyoming

Pronghorn, Wyoming
Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park.  Photographed by Joe Riis

Snow Geese, New Mexico

Snow Geese, New Mexico
Snow geese in New Mexico’s Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge flock along the Rio Grande.  Photographed by Ralph Lee Hopkins

Jellyfish, Palau

Jellyfish, Palau
Each day five million jellyfish glide across the surface of Palau’s Jellyfish Lake to follow the sun.

Flamingos, Yucatán Peninsula

Flamingos, Yucatán Peninsula
A shifting flock of flamingos assumes a whimsical shape in the Gulf of Mexico.  Photograph by Robert B. Haas

Samburu Elephants, Kenya

Samburu Elephants Kenya 660x495 20 Best Photographs Of NGC For November 2010
An elephant group is on the move in Samburu National Park in Kenya. Photographed by Michael Nichols, National Geographic photographer.

Mexican Free-Tailed Bats, Texas

Mexican Free-Tailed Bats, Texas
Mexican free-tailed bats spiral out of Eckert James River Bat Cave Preserve in Texas at dusk.  Every spring millions of free-tails return to this cave. Photographed by Joel Sartore, National Geographic photographer.

Great White Shark

Great White Shark
Great white sharks photographed by David Caravias.

Rock hopper Penguins, Argentina

Rockhopper Penguins, Argentina
Rock hopper penguins such as these on Argentina’s Peninsula Valdes gather in large colonies to breed following months at sea. Photographed by Tomas Kotouc.

Bison, Kansas

Bison, Kansas

Tens of millions of bison once rumbled across the Great Plains on a quest for grazing. By the late 1800s nearly all had been slaughtered. Today most of the half million remaining bison are in captivity. Photographed by Joel Sartore, National Geographic photographer.

Flamingos, Kenya

Flamingos 20 Best Photographs Of NGC For November 2010
A flamingo is captured in flight at Lake Nakura National Park in Kenya photographed by Gina Pflegervu.

Cheetah, Botswana

Cheetah, Botswana

The big cat Photographed by Beverly Joubert, National Geographic photographer.

Turtles

Turtles 20 Best Photographs Of NGC For November 2010
Turtle hatchlings make their way across a beach at night. Photographed by Jose Manzanilla.

Blue-Footed Booby, Galápagos Islands

Blue-Footed Booby, Galápagos Islands
A blue-footed booby flies over the water near the Galápagos Islands. Photographed by Wei Li Hur.

Brown Bear

Brown Bear
The most widely distributed brown bear in the world. Photographed by Zahoor Salmi.

Anemones and Soft Corals

Anemones and Soft Corals
Vibrant anemones and soft corals are part of the ecosystem in Svalbard, Norway’s Arctic archipelago.

Praying Mantis, Virginia


Praying Mantis, Virginia
A praying mantis spreads its wings. Photographed by Medford Taylor, National Geographic photographer.
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