Are you often woken up in the early hours of the summer morning by a hoarse hooting noise? It sounds like giants boasting about a joke they’ve played on the world. The call puts the Kookaburras to shame, in terms of melody (lack thereof) and loudness (excess thereof). That noise is made by the Channel-billed […]
As December rolled around, wild horse country has quieted down with the end of the big game season. With the reduced vehicle traffic, your wild horses have started to resume what would be their normal winter habits. The snows have started to accumulate making for very pristine settings, which allows the diverse colourings of our […]
Welcome back to National Parks & other public lands with T! If you are seeing this on Twitter or Facebook, please visit the blog to see all of the photos and read the story by clicking the link. After departing Honolulu, our cruise ship docked in Kahului on the island of Maui. It was very […]
Water drop hanging on grass straw while the world is mirroring in it.
Female Moose enjoying an early morning drink on the snake river. Grand Teton National Park, WY.
As one foal watches me, three others are sleeping, while two birds hitch a ride.
Slimbridge, was the first of the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust centres to open in 1946. The founder and driving force , Sir Peter Scott was one of the early pioneers of modern wildlife conservation as well as a former Olympic sailing medalist, renowned broadcaster and painter. The WWT now has nine centres in the U.K. […]
eyes as wide as the sky pre-flight deliberation
Despite today’s unexpectedly lengthy and accumulating snowfall, spring is showing definitive signs of arrival. Creeks are once again trickling and last year’s cattails look happy, basking in the sun’s early spring warmth.