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Explore Our Still/Images/Photos Portfolio. Male Pheasant walking on the snow, Phasianus colchicus mongolicus.
Mountain Hare (Lepus timidus) similar to Blue Hare, Tundra Hare , Variable Hare, White Hare, Alpine Hare and Irish Hare
Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) looking back during the chase.
Vineyards wawes in spring. Colors of spring vineyard in the Ghiaie valley, Calvignano, Oltrepo pavese, Pavia, Italy.
Italy: Renaissance silverware: Flasks, cups, pots, ampoules made of metal, silver or pewter. Were also war spoils.
Singing Winter Wren (Troglodytes troglodytes). Also known as the Northern Wren. It is a very small bird, the only one of nearly sixty species in the family that occurs in the Old World. According to European folklore, the Wren is the King of the Birds.
Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) in winter. Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) in the snow, white background, looking forward.
(Alces alces) known in Europe as elk and in North America as moose in the snow.
Young wild boar walking in the snow (Sus scrofa)
Male Great Bustard (Otis tarda) showing his flamboyant plumage before mating. A single male may mate with up to 5 females. It is a national bird of Hungary (túzok).
Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx) with a prey. Lynxes prey on hares, rabbits, rodents, grouse, wild boar, chamois, foxes, roe deer and reindeer. As with other cats, taking on larger prey presents a risk to the animal. The main method of hunting is stalking, sneaking and jumping on prey. In winter certain snow conditions make this harder and the animal may be forced to switch to larger prey. The European lynx likes rugged forested country providing plenty of hideouts and stalking opportunities. The hunting area of an average lynx is from 20 to 60 km2 (8 to 23 sq mi) and it can tread more than 20 km (12 mi) during one night.
Pair of looking wolves foreground. The wolf is not as bad as they say, but you better not take too much confidence.
Male Pheasant on snow, (Phasianus colchicus mongolicus).
Following the spraying helicopter. Helicopter spraying pesticides. Chemical treatments by helicopter over the vineyards. Italy, Oltrepo pavese hills.
Pavonine Quetzal (Pharomachrus pavoninus) is a species of bird in the Trogonidae family, the trogons. It is found in the Amazon Basin of the North Region, Brazil, Amazonian Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and northern Bolivia; also regions of Venezuela.
Spotted Nutcracker (Nucifraga caryocatactes), Nocciolaia, Eurasian Nutcracker, or just Nutcracker, in winter, on the snowy ground with a nut in its beak. The nutcracker is the emblem of a Swiss National Park (Engadin).
Colors of autumn vineyards in the Santa Maria Della Versa valley, Oltrepo Pavese, Pavia, Italy
Chemical in viticulture. Agricultural chemical treatments in spring vineyard, Scuropasso Valley, Montalto Oltrepo pavese, Pavia, Italy.
Przewalski s Horse (Equus ferus przewalskii). Przewalski’s (or Dzungarian) horse is a rare and endangered subspecies of wild horse native to the steppes of central Asia. At one time extinct in the wild, it has been reintroduced to its native habitat in Mongolia. Most wild horses today, such as the American Mustang or the Australian Brumby, are actually feral horses descended from domesticated animals that escaped and adapted to life in the wild. In contrast, Przewalski’s Horse has never been successfully domesticated and remains a truly wild animal today. The horse is named after the Russian geographer and explorer Nikolai Przhevalsky.
Female Common Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra) on a dark background, It is a small passerine bird in the finch family Fringillidae. It breeds in the spruce forests of North America, where it is known as Red Crossbill, as well as Europe and Asia; The crossbills are characterised by the mandibles crossing at their tips, which gives the group its name.
Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) hunting in spring in the alpine prairie.
Wild boars or Wild hogs (Sus scrofa) in the snow. Three young wild boars walking in the snow, in the woods, in winter.
European or brown hare (lepus europaeus) running in the snow.
A closeup view of a Mountain Hare. Species: Lepus timidus
Wild boar or Wild hog (Sus scrofa). Wild boar in the Apennine mountains forest, Italy, Oltrepo Pavese.
Three Roe Deers (Capreolus capreolus) in the snow, one male, two females.
Male and female Pheasants in winter, Phasianus colchicus mongolicus
Hunting deer and wildboar tower
Path in the colorful vine. Colors and drawings of autumn vineyards in Torricella Verzate, Oltrepo pavese, Pavia, Italy.
Asp viper in its natural environment. European Asp viper (Vipera aspis), italian Alps.
Ancient books of the 18th century. Some ancient books printed in Italy from 1700 to 1800.
European hare (Lepus europaeus) in the snow. European or brown hare (lepus europaeus) running in the snow and leaving footprints.
The Eastern Cottontail (Sylvilagus floridanus). Prey, shooting.
Spotted Nutcracker, Eurasian Nutcracker, or just Nutcracker (Nucifraga caryocatactes), on a branch of Swiss Pine or Arolla Pine (Pinus cembra) whose seed is nourished. The nutcracker is the emblem of a Swiss National Park (Engadin).
Italian country: Oltrepò Pavese. Vineyards and fields in Italy, Pavia.
Purple wine grapes on the vine, Oltrepo Pavese, Italy.
An original request and permission to read prohibited books, written in italian and latin language in 1793, with seal of the Vatican Authorities . The Index Librorum Prohibitorum (List of Prohibited Books) was a list of publications prohibited by the Roman Catholic Church. The avowed aim of the list was to protect the faith and morals of the faithful by preventing the reading of immoral books or works containing theological errors, although it also contained scientific works about astronomy, chemistry, physics and more. Permission could be granted to scientists, lawyers, theologians, etc.
Papaver (Papaver rhoeas), Corn Poppy, Field Poppy, Flanders Poppy, or Red Poppy,
Closeup of a Grey wolf (Canis lupus) in her soft, warm fur.
The Wildcat (Felis silvestris), sometimes Wild Cat or Wild-cat, is a small cat (Felinae) native to Europe, the western part of Asia, and Africa. It is a hunter of small mammals, birds, and other creatures of a similar size. There are several subspecies distributed in different regions. Sometimes included is the ubiquitous domestic cat (Felis silvestris catus), which has been introduced to every habitable continent and most of the world’s larger islands, and has become feral in many of those environments.
The light in the vineyard. Colors of autumn vineyards in the Scuropasso Valley, Rocca de Giorgi, Oltrepo Pavese, Pavia, Italy.
Small avalanche bottom view, San Simone Ski Resort, Italy.
Female Wild boar (Sus scrofa) in the Apennine mountains bushes, Italy.
Wine sea have green waves. Colors of spring vineyard near Casteggio, Oltrepo pavese, Pavia, Italy.
European Robin (Erithacus rubecula). An old British folk tale seeks to explain the Robin’s distinctive breast. Legend has it that when Jesus was dying on the cross, the Robin, then simply brown in colour, flew to his side and sang into his ear in order to comfort him in his pain. The blood from his wounds stained the Robin’s breast, and thereafter all Robins got the mark of Christ’s blood upon them.
Sunflowers (Helianthus annuus) are annual plants native to the Americas, that possess a large inflorescence (flowering head). Sunflower stems can grow as high as 3m (10 ft), and the flower head can reach 30 cm (11.8 in) in diameter with large edible seeds. The term sunflower is also used to refer to all plants of the genus Helianthus, many of which are perennial plants.
Male Common Blackbird (Turdus merula) on snow-covered branch. It is also called Eurasian Blackbird (especially in North America, to distinguish it from the unrelated New World blackbirds.
The Eastern Cottontail (Sylvilagus floridanus) in the grass.