PRETTY SUMMER BIRDS from my KITCHEN WINDOW — Jeannie’s Travel Addiction

Flicker woodpecker Cardinals feeding Cardinal showing off his color. Juvenile cardinals with their spotty , and blotchy color. Look at the tongue on this Red Bellied woodpecker ! Song sparrow Not all birds can be pretty. Finch taking time to smell the flowers. This little guy is resting in an ant moat for the hummingbird […]

PRETTY SUMMER BIRDS from my KITCHEN WINDOW — Jeannie’s Travel Addiction
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Otherworldly video of a seahorse giving birth to thousands of “fry” — Boing Boing

There’s nothing quite like watching a seahorse give birth to 2,000 tiny babies. National Geographic published this video showing one shoot offpsring out of its stomach, bursts of tiny yellow specks exploding into the water. I can’t believe how cute and small they are! — Read the rest

Otherworldly video of a seahorse giving birth to thousands of “fry” — Boing Boing

Albatross! Albatross! Albatross! — Why watch wildlife?

The past couple of years, there has been a black-browed albatross that has shown up at Flamborough Head, specifically at RSPB Bempton Cliffs. So far, I’ve failed to see it. But fate works in funny ways… I had a meeting in Bempton in mid-August, and as I was there anyway, decided to pop down to […]

Albatross! Albatross! Albatross! — Why watch wildlife?

Reuniting an Orphan Elephant and Her Mom, Perhaps, With DNA and Luck — TextileFuture

Reuniting an Orphan Elephant and Her Mom, Perhaps, With DNA and Luck. Nania beat the odds to survive separation from her forest elephant family in Burkina Faso. Her caretakers hope DNA testing may help return her to the wild with her family.

Reuniting an Orphan Elephant and Her Mom, Perhaps, With DNA and Luck — TextileFuture

Garden Diary 11 – Early September — HighlandHeffalump

This post is a photo record and some notes for myself. We are heading into autumn now so this is a longer post with some notes for me to refer back to and remind myself of decisions I am making now about next growing season. Greenhouse I have just picked the last decent sized cucumber, […]

Garden Diary 11 – Early September — HighlandHeffalump

Readers’ wildlife photos. — Ramblings of an Occupy Liberal

Readers’ wildlife photos

Readers’ wildlife photos. — Ramblings of an Occupy Liberal

Morning Marsh — TPJphoto.net

What seemed like a simple snap shot with early light turned into this. Morning MarshThe marsh grass colors are changing in this heat.

Morning Marsh — TPJphoto.net

Nature Walks – Everything Is Just Ducky — A Jeanne in the Kitchen

I am thoroughly loving this cooler weather. It allows me to be back outside for longer periods of time, like I so enjoy. Yet another walk with more things to share. The lakes were pretty quiet again but there were a bunch of Green-Winged Teals out and about. These are new ducks for me, or […]

Nature Walks – Everything Is Just Ducky — A Jeanne in the Kitchen

Thursday Trios Challenge – waterlilies, tree and seed pods — Cee’s Photo Challenges

Here is my entry for Carol’s, Mama Cormier blog, Thursday Trios Challenge. Waterlilies Trees Monkey Puzzle tree Seed Pods I’ve put together a list of challenges and their hosts.  So if you know a challenge host, please direct them to my blog.  Feel free to contact me anytime.  I hope everyone will be able to […]

Thursday Trios Challenge – waterlilies, tree and seed pods — Cee’s Photo Challenges

Nature Walks – The Lone Egret — A Jeanne in the Kitchen

It has been awhile since I have done my Nature Walks series. I have not been out walking because once I got home from the pool, it was just too darn hot. But yesterday, we had a cool respite in the weather, which made it very pleasant to go out and do my “walk-about”. I […]

Nature Walks – The Lone Egret — A Jeanne in the Kitchen