I have a gallery of 675 species from my travels around the world, my ambition is to achieve at least 1000 before I croak! I find the galleries a very rewarding way to catalogue my photos and then keep them in order. It's a man thing I suppose. It's the only list I keep but if i had listed from the beginnings of my birding way back in the 1950's I would have well over that 1000 for sure. There are massive numbers missing from my photographic galleries. For example I have visited the West indies numerous times and Belize, Falklands and the Galapagos and hardly any photos from those trips are worth posting. In the meantime, I am going to post on Twitter one species a day in Taxonomic order for the next 675 days - of course that will be extended because in the time it takes do that, almost 2 years, I will have added to it considerably. So heres the first species from the galleries and it's Ostritch.
Photographed at Cape Point Park, South Africa. A truly wild ostrich if you are wondering although there is a suggestion that the South African ostriches are probably feral having escaped from ostrich farms in the not too distant past.