STOAT — Wildonline.blog

MEET THE MODEL – STAN THE STOAT by Graham Stewart Stan the Stoat aka Mustela erminea Until recently I have only ever caught occasional, brief glimpses of stoats, never enough of one to actually catch it on camera. However, of late I have been lucky enough to see many more. I cant be sure […]

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Dan Leo Design: Artist creates vivid graphical representations of wildlife and magickal beings — Life & Soul Magazine

Multidisciplinary artist Dan Leo brings graphical representations of much loved wildlife to life with bold colours, pattern elements, and heavy line work. The Ireland-based artist, who has a strong connection to nature in both animal and plant forms, creates colourfully vivid paintings of animals including a rhino, tiger, cat, sloth, fawn, and koala, alongside some […]

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Wild Barley Rewind: Jungle Trails — Wild Barley

It was not just around the Lodge at Taricaya Ecological Reserve that we encountered wildlife. Each day whether we were walking to and from observation platforms, flower cutting, weeding, maintenance or even clearing trails, we were immersed in jungle wildlife. Of course we also went out on specific walks looking for wildlife. The first of […]

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Wildlife reclaiming Yosemite National Park amid coronavirus closure — KTLA

Yosemite Village is normally a crush of humanity and traffic congestion. On Saturday, it was peaceful like few times before — the only sounds coming from the wind and the few local residents. On March 20, the national park was closed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus — leaving the 7.5-mile-long valley to only…

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Desert Bighorn Sheep In The Santa Catalina Mountains — Sonoran Images

You may enlarge any of the images in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. For those readers who are not familiar with Tucson and its environs, much of our community rests among mountain ranges. In fact, Tucson and many of its suburbs sit in a bowl of a valley, surrounded […]

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