Wildlife-Nature

Birdwatching In Goa — When on a Break

Date of the trip: 28th Sept 2019 to 05th Oct 2019 Although our holiday aspirations are always based on perfect birding seasons, our actual leaves are always based on when we get a break between projects, we don’t have too much control over what season… Read More »Birdwatching In Goa — When on a Break

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January 18 – SquareUp – Raise Up Those Tails — Cee’s Photo Challenges

I am combining my entry for Becky’s for January SquareUp challenge with Lisa’s from Our Eyes Open blog, Bird Weekly – Photo Challenge with the topic of Birds with butts in the air.. Here is my drumming feature for the day. Warning this is a long video, I hope… Read More »January 18 – SquareUp – Raise Up Those Tails — Cee’s Photo Challenges

Photography of Birds – Set # 220 — H.J. Ruiz – Avian101

Set # 220 Pine Warblers (Male and Female) Male Female The Pine Warbler (Setophaga pinus), forage slowly on tree trunks and branches by poking their bill into pine cones. These birds also find food by searching for it on the ground. These birds mainly eat… Read More »Photography of Birds – Set # 220 — H.J. Ruiz – Avian101

Olympic Peninsula: Hoh Rainforest — McGee Travel Tales

If you go to Olympic National Park and only have time for one hike I highly suggest hiking the Hoh Rainforest. It is a different world. Ancient trees, their limbs heavy with moss. A trail running next to the glacier fed Hoh River lined with… Read More »Olympic Peninsula: Hoh Rainforest — McGee Travel Tales

Wordless Wednesday: A Dash of Dazzle — Tranature

Lavender has a lovely scent and it provides food for bees and other insects from Spring to late Summer. We leave the lavender stems after flowering so that Goldfinches can feed on the seed heads in Winter. It’s a delight to see these lovely birds… Read More »Wordless Wednesday: A Dash of Dazzle — Tranature

Close, But No Crash — TPJphoto.net

Personal space is not something very important to Spoonbills. This guy did the usual ‘drop out of the sky on top of everyone’ landing. Close, But No Crash Close, But No Crash Just as strange is the lack of any reaction they typically get when… Read More »Close, But No Crash — TPJphoto.net

THE WAITING GAME — Wildonline.blog

One year ago , on this day . Two foxes in the garden and only one bowl with food. Definitely a pecking order involved as one fox waits patiently for its turn to feed….. THE HIDE AT THE MEADOW Meadow date 11/01/2021 Here’s a quick… Read More »THE WAITING GAME — Wildonline.blog

Oregon Zoo mourns loss of Inji, world’s oldest orangutan — KWKT – FOX 44

The Oregon Zoo announced Saturday it is had to say goodbye to its oldest resident, Sumatran orangutan Inji, who at 61-years-old was thought to be the oldest orangutan in the world. Oregon Zoo mourns loss of Inji, world’s oldest orangutan — KWKT – FOX 44

Got Ya (2), Tricolored Heron — TPJphoto.net

The other day I captured a second Tricolored catching the typical ‘snack’. Again looks to be a tiny fish. Got Ya (2), Tricolored Heron Mid day gave me some glare on the water but the scene was still clear. Got Ya (2), Tricolored Heron Tricolors… Read More »Got Ya (2), Tricolored Heron — TPJphoto.net