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Birds Tue Jan 16 2018 20:37:37 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- During my net dipping sessions over the weekend, it was pleasing to be able to net a few Emperor Dragonfly nymphs of varying sizes. They ranged from the small stripy patterned nymphs through to the fully grown nymph which when placed next to
I've never, ever bonded with my laptop, so by the time it boots up and begins to behave, I've lost the impetus to write up a post. Such is the case today. Besides that, I miss PicMonkey. I might have to splurge and purchase a subscription. I'm not ex
A new year, a brand new interview brought to you by The Human Birdwatcher Project! Birders are people too! Occasionally, anyway. It's been too long since we've done an interview, but with such high demand it's time to get out there and talk to the bi
Photographed at Lydney Boating Pool, Lydney, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, UK.Please look at my website bobswildlife.co.uk. There is a photo of a Fallow Deer. And a  
At the end of December the BTO encourage bird ringers to renew their ringing permit by submitting returns and confirming they are fit to continue ringing for the coming year. Fit in mind and body for now, but it gets more difficult each year, especia
Brrrrrrrr!!! Another cold day in the Heartland! Got up this morning, with much hesitation, with the outside temperatures at -3F. That reminded me of one of my trips to Alaska’s “Valley of Eagles”, located outside Haines,
The first books of natural history I can recall reading were David Quammen's "Natural Acts" and Bernd Heinrich's "Ravens in Winter." While I know I had read others before, these two stick in my mind due to the power each of them had to demand that I
It is time again for the annual Top 10 Vagrants post, which has become one of our most popular, and most discussed posts, on The ABA Blog every year. I, with help from my ABA colleagues, have looked back and assembled the following list of notable an
Central Arctic ocean currents (map by Brn-Bld via Wikimedia Commons) "The Beaufort Gyre is acting strangely," said the news at Yale Environment 360. "Scientists say it could kick off a period of lower temperatures in Northern Europe." Here's why. The
From National Geographic:The man who flies with birds in an effort to save them
Apparently our city is under a fanmeggedon - it has sold out of fans.  Lucky us mum got ours early.  Last night mum slept on the covers with the Fan going.  She was on call but didn't get called in which is sometimes worse
Sunday, we headed out of chilly (31) Goliad State Park enroute to the Rio Grande Valley. We saw some neat birds at Goliad including these two Black Vultures catching some afternoon rays. Along Highway 59, some movement caught my eye … Conti