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Where The Wild Things Live: Satin Bowerbird
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Kenneth Wingard from the United States
I started taking photographs of animals in school, as a hobby. Fast forward til now and I can afford the equipment I want, so I bought a used Nikon D7000 and a lens or two, from a wildlife photographer friend and the rest is history.

The male Satin Bowerbird is famous for making its tunnel-shaped bower and using anything it can find that is blue or yellow to decorate it. The females are attracted to blue and yellow, so they will come down to investigate and that is when the male will start his mating dance...

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