Waiting for the Party to Start — Walking with Aki

Aki had to wait in the car while I dropped someone off at the hospital. There is not enough time this morning for a proper walk so I drive to the parking lot for our local radio station with plans to walk on the wetlands drained by Salmon Creek. The roar of in bound traffic […]

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Q&A with Brent and Wium of PaintedDog TV — The Jaguar

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PaintedDog TV is a brand-new production company that’s been putting out amazing content. They uploaded their first video to YouTube just over a month ago, but the quality of their cinematography floored me from the start. In fact, PaintedDog TV’s “Safari with Brent” series contains some of the best wildlife films I’ve ever seen: “Safari […]

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Western Scrub Jay — nature has no boss

Blue blue sky and a bright blue bird. Western Scrub Jay keeping a watchful eye on us as she enjoyed an afternoon snack. For the next couple of weeks we will be posting some of our favorite posts from the past as we take a small respite from the digital world.

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Spring Road Trip Idea: Head on Over to Nebraska to Watch the Great Crane Migration — Nature in Chicagoland

Spring has finally sprung in Chicagoland! If you look to the sky, you’ll occasionally see hundreds of sandhill cranes, geese, ducks, and other migrating birds as they travel north (from their winter homes in northern Mexico, Texas, New Mexico, and other places) to their warm-weather breeding grounds in the upper Midwest, Alaska, and Canada. The […]

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Birds of Madagascar, with Doug Cheeseman – Evening Meeting: Tuesday, April 2, 7:30 p.m. — SANTA MONICA BAY AUDUBON SOCIETY BLOG

With five** endemic families, Madagascar has some of the most unusual birdlife on Earth. Madagascar has some of the highest biodiversity on Earth and some of the most cooperative and photographical endemics, especially among the mammals, that you can find anywhere on the planet! It’s a wildlife photographer’s paradise with so many species of lemurs, […]

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