Birding and Chasing Here and There…and Ending with an (Un)Common Ringed Plover. — blairbirding

This is a down period between my 50/50/50 trips which will not resume until I head off to some of the prairie states in September. While not as goal oriented as in previous years, I have been filling in some Washington species not yet seen in 2019 and also chasing some special birds hoping to […] … Continue reading Birding and Chasing Here and There…and Ending with an (Un)Common Ringed Plover. — blairbirding

Top 25 Wild Bird Photographs of the Week: Migration — National Geographic Society Newsroom

As the Southern Hemisphere approaches spring, the north is getting into autumn. This marks an important time for bird migration. Migration is the regular seasonal movement, often north and south, undertaken by many species of birds. Bird movements include those made in response to changes in food availability, habitat, or weather. Thank you to all… via … Continue reading Top 25 Wild Bird Photographs of the Week: Migration — National Geographic Society Newsroom

Seagull Parade — My Wild Australia

https://www.youtube.com/embed/7mEv-eiy0io?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent If I decide to go for an early morning walk at the local wetlands when it’s high tide, I often find that I am the first person there for the day. How do I know? By the seagull parade! Along the boardwalk are a few bridges over sections of the Tamar River, and there … Continue reading Seagull Parade — My Wild Australia

Project 366 – Post No. 140 – The eye of the Wood Bison — The Birds are Calling

What is Project 366? Read more here! After seeing plenty of Wood Bison at a distance dotting pastures, fields and forest edges I imagined that the day I would get close and personal with the largest terrestrial animal in the americas would be along a remote trail far away from human civilization. Well I could […] … Continue reading Project 366 – Post No. 140 – The eye of the Wood Bison — The Birds are Calling

Meet the Model – Brian the Badger — Wildonline.blog

Say hello to Brian the Badger (Meles Meles) Despite being rarely seen during daylight hours ,Badgers are easily recognisable and widespread on the British mainland. The low set animal has a solid frame , black and white striped face with grey body hair and a lighter underside.With an average weight of 15 kg the Badger … Continue reading Meet the Model – Brian the Badger — Wildonline.blog