Fuerteventura 3rd-8th February 2013 – Day 1 – Sunday 3rd Feb – An early drive to Seville started extremely well with a fabulous view of an adult male Pallid Harrier crossing the road close to Vejer de La Frontera. White Storks have already taken up their nest sites on electric posts and were warmly lit […]
I post this on my blog from my hotel room at Newcastle airport, I fly out to Sweden very early in the morning and hopefully I will get pictures of golden eagles in the north of Sweden. I am meeting an old friend, Conny Lundstrom, and hopefully I will be able to post some images […]
We have many Red-shouldered Hawks here, and I always enjoy seeing them. In Florida we get to enjoy our own variety of Red-shouldered Hawks with an overall lighter plumage than eastern and western varieties.
The Great Cormorant (Phalacrocorax carbo ) is usually only found in the Massachusetts coastal areas starting in September and then they disappear by mid April. In late winter to early spring, what helps distinguish the Great Cormorant from the Double-crested Cormorant is that the Great Cormorant has a broad white border to the gular pouch […]
When we think of predators, our minds often picture large animals with sharp teeth and scary faces, animals that have evolved just to kill humans. Our collective memory makes us fearful of the night, and almost everyone has been startled by unknown noises in a dark forest. This fear has been engraved in our collective […]
Shark Valley, regardless of the 11 mile road work, proved to be very interesting. I would say even better than the Burrowing Owls at Brian Piccolo Park. We had been very disappointed with our session at Anhinga Trail, which we found very neglected and with very few subjects for this time of year. Shark Valley, […]
Earlier this year, I had fun watching a Red-bellied Woodpecker eat berries off a tree. We often think of woodpeckers as eating only the insects and other bugs they can get to by drilling a tree trunk. But they also eat other types of food, including nuts and berries.
Ni bien cruzamos los pinares de la primera parte del camino de acceso a Cambyretá comenzó a aumentar la cantidad de especies de aves que se podían observar, es notable como en el lugar donde se encuentran los pinos no se ven animales en las cercanías, salvo algún Chingolo o algunos Jilgueros no había otra […]