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Images Dated 23rd July 2005

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An Amphibious Assault Vehicle navigates the Persian Gulf Featured 23 Jul 2005 Image

An Amphibious Assault Vehicle navigates the Persian Gulf

Persian Gulf, July 23, 2005 - An Amphibious Assault Vehicle maneuvers into position on approach, while preparing to enter the well deck aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge

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Red-naped Sapsucker - Perched on tree trunk where rows of shallow holes have been drilled in the tree bark over a period of years Featured 23 Jul 2005 Image

Red-naped Sapsucker - Perched on tree trunk where rows of shallow holes have been drilled in the tree bark over a period of years

CAN-2286
Red-naped Sapsucker - Perched on tree trunk where rows of shallow holes have been drilled in the tree bark over a period of years
Montana, USA
Sphyrapicus nuchali
Sapsuckers return to drlled holes to drink sap and eat insects. A variety of woodpecker.
John Cancalosi
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© John Cancalosi/ardea.com

Great Knot Featured 23 Jul 2005 Image

Great Knot

DH-3639
Great Knot
At Cairns esplanade, Queensland, Australia
Calidris tenuirostris
Breeds in the sub-arctic highlands of northern Siberia and migrates in large numbers to Australian coasts particularly in the north.
Don Hadden
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© Don Hadden/ardea.com