Real Life Doctor Dolittle

Meet the woman who’s been dubbed the real life Dr Dolittle – after wildlife started flocking to her as she walked through a park.Ania Magnisyskiy, 67, is regularly joined by dozens of small birds and squirrels as she strolls through a park in Petergoff, Russia.Wild red squirrels and bluetits are happy to perch on her shoulder – and even play in the pensioner’s hair.They are fascinated by the artist’s camera, and enjoy clambering all over it as she snaps away.

Meet the woman who's been dubbed the real life Dr Dolittle - after wildlife started flocking to her as she walked through a park.Ania Magnisyskiy, 67, is regularly joined by dozens of small birds and squirrels as she strolls through a park in Petergoff, Russia.Wild red squirrels and bluetits are happy to perch on her shoulder - and even play in the pensioner's hair.They are fascinated by the artist's camera, and enjoy clambering all over it as she snaps away.

Meet the woman who's been dubbed the real life Dr Dolittle - after wildlife started flocking to her as she walked through a park.Ania Magnisyskiy, 67, is regularly joined by dozens of small birds and squirrels as she strolls through a park in Petergoff, Russia.Wild red squirrels and bluetits are happy to perch on her shoulder - and even play in the pensioner's hair.They are fascinated by the artist's camera, and enjoy clambering all over it as she snaps away.

Meet the woman who's been dubbed the real life Dr Dolittle - after wildlife started flocking to her as she walked through a park.Ania Magnisyskiy, 67, is regularly joined by dozens of small birds and squirrels as she strolls through a park in Petergoff, Russia.Wild red squirrels and bluetits are happy to perch on her shoulder - and even play in the pensioner's hair.They are fascinated by the artist's camera, and enjoy clambering all over it as she snaps away.

Meet the woman who's been dubbed the real life Dr Dolittle - after wildlife started flocking to her as she walked through a park.Ania Magnisyskiy, 67, is regularly joined by dozens of small birds and squirrels as she strolls through a park in Petergoff, Russia.Wild red squirrels and bluetits are happy to perch on her shoulder - and even play in the pensioner's hair.They are fascinated by the artist's camera, and enjoy clambering all over it as she snaps away.