Reminder. The 23rd annual GBBC will be held Friday, February 14, through Monday, February 17, 2020. Please visit the official website at birdcount.org for more information and be sure to check out the latest educational and promotional resources. To participate and get more information go to Great Backyard Bird Count
Yesterday I went birding at the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge. I did the five mile auto loop with a friend. We had a number of Bald Eagle sightings. Most abundant were the Snow Geese, White-fronted Geese, American Wigeon, Northern Shovelers, Ring-necked Ducks and Coots. Click read more to see our list of species identified.
Originally posted on Great Lakes Pelican: With a 9-foot wingspan, American White Pelicans are one of the largest birds in North America. In recent years, the appearance of these massive birds is a more-or-less regular thing in northwest Ohio. But that wasn’t always the case. Before the 1950s, American White Pelicans populated the Great Lakes…
https://ift.tt/2Ql8L9R Taiwan boasts one of the world’s highest densities of bird species. Of the around 10,000 varieties found globally, the country and its outlying islands are home to or provide resting spots for 663. This healthy state of affairs is due to blessings bestowed on Taiwan by Mother Nature and the efforts of organizations […]
The Guardian reports New Zealand’s famous kiwi birds are suffering from dehydration as drought affects many northern areas of the country, with conservationists warning chicks may soon perish too. There are 68,000 kiwi left in New Zealand but their number is declining at a rate of 2% a year. A century ago there were millions […]
The scenery of China is indeed magnificent, however, we couldn’t neglect the astonishing wildlife there as well. Our trip starts in Lanzhou, then we went across the whole Gansu province to many cities such as Dunhuang, Zhangye. After that, we visited Qinghai lake and finally ended the trip in Xining. Further information about the attractions […]
Ladakh – July 2019 More grouse than Sandgrouse. We were at Tso Kar, having got most of our targets, save the Tibetan Sandgrouse, which was proving to be ‘bothersomely’ elusive. Our last full day in Tso Kar saw us hunt far and wide for the bird, but to no avail. It was a beautiful day […]