Stunning Video Shows a Man Flying With Birds

When Christian Moullec saw that lesser white-fronted geese were struggling with their migration from Germany to Sweden in 1995, he took to the skies to help them. Today, weather permitting, he soars with birds on an almost daily basis. A meteorologist by trade, the 58-year-old Frenchman didn’t start out as a pilot. But inspired by […]

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Butterflies, Bugs and other Insects

Weather dominates the lives of all living things and changing weather patterns have an effect on the life cycles of most species on the planet. We talk about the weather all the time and European weather, if not global weather are going through changes. In south-west Spain we are feeling and experiencing unsettled and abnormal […]

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Migrating Over a Carpet of Flowers

The last few weeks have been pretty busy for me with lots of tours and finding lots of migratory birds. This year’s early rain through the month of March was extreme but all along we knew that it would be a spectacular spring and hence have been rewarded with carpets of amazing multicoloured blooms covering […]

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Canon EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II USM Review

After several outings with the 300/2.8, I’ve come to realise what an improvement this new version of the lens is over the Mk I. I’ve also identified the strengths and weaknesses of using both the 1.4x TC Mk III and 2x TC Mk III. Firstly, the lens used at its native focal length has no […]

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A Family of Peregrines Part 1

Nature’s Wonders, by Raymond J Barlow 2 of the worlds most amazing natural wonders, the Peregrine Falcon, and Niagara Falls in one place! Photographers from around Ontario and New York State have been enjoying the beauty and speed of this incredible Peregrine falcon family. They have nested and been successful with 4 fledglings now being […]

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