Summer? What summer? No, that’s not a reflection on the weather, even though it’s blowing a northerly gale as I write this. It’s just that, for a great many creatures, there’s no such thing as ‘summer’ ….the year segues seamlessly from spring to autumn. And yes, I do know that it’s not even the summer […]Summer? What Summer? – Muir of Dinnet NNR — Muir of Dinnet National Nature Reserve
Photography of Birds – Set # 63 — H.J. Ruiz – Avian101
Set # 63 Tufted Titmouse The tufted titmouse gathers food from the ground and from tree branches. It eats berries, nuts, insects, small fruit, snails, and seeds. Caterpillars constitute a major part of its diet during the summer. Titmice will stash food for later use. The titmouse can demonstrate curiosity regarding humans, and will sometimes […]Photography of Birds – Set # 63 — H.J. Ruiz – Avian101
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 […]
Alaska Brown Bear — Wilder Alaska
Fuzzball — nature has no boss
This little fuzzball is just learning to fly and hence spent a bit of time on the ground this day.
Something in the air — Le Drake Noir
Fox on the walk, suddenly it catches the mark of something or someone. Maybe the fox think that photographers stink.?
Lace monitor lizard in a tree — Birds in Sydney
I was walking along, my gaze in the treetops as usual, looking and listening for birds. I heard a frantic scurrying on the path ahead of me, and was just in time to see a lace monitor lizard scramble onto a tree. The lizard hid for a while at the base of the tree, observing […]
Browse — Wilder Alaska
Avocet — nature has no boss
Blue legs and sunshine on an early spring day. An American Avocet foraging in the shallow waters with cattails still brown from the summer before.
Black-tailed Gnatcatcher — At Ease — Sonoran Images
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a detailed view. One of the species that I see often on my morning walks is the Black-tailed Gnatcatcher. These minute birds (two could easily sit side by side in the palm of my hand) are busy early-morning foragers in desert […]
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