Perhaps one of the reasons why Australia is often called The Lucky Country is because both its scenery and animals are pretty easy on the eyes.
The Gyrfalcon is the largest falcon in the world. Despite its size, it maintains a falcon-like profile with a long tail and long wings. Its wings are broader and more blunt at the tips than many other falcons. The plumage of the Gyrfalcon can take three main forms, white, gray, and dark, with many intermediate […]
You may enlarge any image in this blog by clicking on it. Click again for a full screen image. There are certain species that are for me both Holy Grails, in the sense that I search for them avidly, and sources of great frustration, because they are so difficult to photograph. Northern Harriers are among […]
The New York Times reported But if their mothers are any indication, these loggerhead sea turtles, once in such trouble they were designated as “threatened” by the federal government four decades ago, are making a comeback off the coast of Georgia. And it is beginning to look as if 2019 could be a record-breaking year, […]
Source: Federal Register DATES: The Advisory Board will hold a summer public meeting on July 9-11, 2019, in Boise, Idaho. The Advisory Board will also hold a fall public meeting October 29-31, 2019, in Washington, DC. ADDRESSES: The July meeting will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn Downtown Boise, 348 S 13th Street, Boise, […]
Follow the leader! These two gentlemen and their entourage greeted us at the gate as we were leaving Shingwedzi for our afternoon drive today,
Sea Dragon: Aquatic Life Winner. The bottom of the ocean seems an unlikely place for a lizard to find itself. In fact, marine iguanas of the Galápagos Islands are the only lizards to venture beneath the waves—and they make a habit of it. With food options scarce along the islands’ volcanic coastlines, marine iguanas have […]