Animals in the Snow

by Rebecca on December 3, 2010

in Animal Pictures

Wonderful collection of pictures of animals in the snow from the Telegraph. Since it’s also snowing here this
morning, I couldn’t think of better pictures to share.

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As you may have read or heard, England has had a severe winter blizzard
which shut down all their transportation — as I was scanning the web for
animal pictures I came across these photos — if you can’t go to work, then
get out your camera:

Annuska Arkovits says: ‘Here is a picture of my bunny Drex, the mini rex,
in my back garden in York. I think he thought he was helping, but he just
kept on eating the snowman’s nose.’
http://i.telegraph.co.uk/telegraph/multimedia/archive/01776/Annuska-Arkovits-b_1776575i.jpg

Annuska Arkovits says: 'Here is a picture of my bunny Drex, the mini rex, in my back garden in York. I think he thought he was helping, but he just kept on eating the snowman's nose.'

Telegraph reader John Peters, from Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders, sent
us several winter weather photos, including this beautiful picture of sheep
in the snow near Smailholm Tower.
http://i.telegraph.co.uk/telegraph/multimedia/archive/01776/snow-readers_176283i.jpg

Telegraph reader John Peters, from Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders, sent us several winter weather photos, including this beautiful picture of sheep in the snow near Smailholm Tower.

This picture of sheep in Southdean was also sent to us by John Peters. He
says: ‘It was taken on a bitterly cold day with a freezing fog and the sun
just breaking through’
http://i.telegraph.co.uk/telegraph/multimedia/archive/01776/John-Peters-sheep_1776516i.jpg

This picture of sheep in Southdean was also sent to us by John Peters. He says: 'It was taken on a bitterly cold day with a freezing fog and the sun just breaking through'

John Peters also took this photo of a nuthatch in his back garden near
Edgerston Estate, Jedburgh. ‘The birds come a bit closer in severe
conditions and are friendlier if you feed them regularly,’ John says.
http://i.telegraph.co.uk/telegraph/multimedia/archive/01776/John-Peters-bird_1776515i.jpg

John Peters also took this photo of a nuthatch in his back garden near Edgerston Estate, Jedburgh. 'The birds come a bit closer in severe conditions and are friendlier if you  feed them regularly,' John says.

Michael Stankard sent this picture, which he calls “Frozen at the Station”

Michael Stankard sent us this picture, which he calls 'Frozen at the Station'


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