An interesting new study by V. B. Baliga1, I. Szabo2, D. L. Altshuler entitled Range of motion in the avian wing is strongly associated with flight behavior and body mass suggested that rather than the shape of a birds wing per se it is the range of motion in the elbow and wrist joints that […]
F/11.0, 1/500, ISO 500. Ruddy Duck What did the calculator say to the cashier? You can count on me. Interesting Fact: Most males pair up with one female each for the duration of the breeding season, but some take multiple mates. Their eggs are proportionally the largest of all waterfowl. The ducklings hatch well-developed and […]
A Fine looking Bull Elk peeking out from the sagebrush on an early October day. Eating all he can before the rut begins in earnest. We wish him well and a bit of luck when needed.
Domestic Goose (Breed) © HJ Ruiz – Avian101
A Stout Stoat.
Top Shot number Four Grumpy’s first day out in the garden. A real adventure for this young hedgehog. I can only imagine what must have been going through his mind . Top Shot number Five Starting of the list is this shot of a Brown Hare , taken at one of my favourite local locations […]