• Albino humpback whale spotted off Australian coast

    Updated: 2012-09-28 15:30:07
    A rare white humpback whale has been spotted off Australia's Gold Coast.

  • Google Street View maps the Great Barrier Reef

    Updated: 2012-09-26 09:43:52
    Web users around the world will soon be able to virtually dive on the world's most beautiful reefs after a group of scientists have mapped the seabed using special panoramic cameras.

  • Dolphin birth captured on video

    Updated: 2012-09-25 09:17:44
    A dolphin has been filmed giving birth to a female calf in a Hawaii resort, with the footage showing the baby dolphin's tail emerging moments before she swims off alongside her mother.

  • Hunting for profit in Florida: 1903 and 2012

    Updated: 2012-09-20 01:27:34
    In Florida in the late 19th Century, herons, egrets, pelicans and many other birds were slaughtered by the thousands by hunters who would sell the feathers to be used in the fashion industry. To protect nesting birds from hunters, in 1903 President Theodore Roosevelt established the Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge on Florida’s Atlantic Coast. [...]

  • Bill Oddie tweets for birds on Twitter

    Updated: 2012-09-18 19:00:34
    The bird expert popped into London Zoo to help translate the calls of birds and tweet them out on Twitter in 140 characters or less.<img width="1" height="1" src="http://pi.feedsportal.com/r/144543218809/u/0/f/569137/c/32726/s/238fc34a/a2t.img" border="0"/

  • Seagull steals camera and captures sunset over San Francisco Bay

    Updated: 2012-09-18 11:48:35
    A thieving seagull in San Francisco flies off with a tourist's a video camera - capturing a bird's eye view of the sun setting behind the Golden Gate Bridge.

  • Rufous Hummingbird and Fall Migration – Ohio

    Updated: 2012-09-17 18:19:27
    Dakota’s Grandparents came to northwest Ohio for a visit and we all decided to spend a perfect weather day up at Magee Marsh. We found a LIFER for both Ohioans Dakota and (me) Jennie! A Rufous Hummingbird has been hanging around the Black Swamp Bird Observatory’s feeders and we all got amazing views! Rufous Hummingbird [...]

  • Reply to Thanks

    Updated: 2012-09-16 01:08:25
    a.berlinck posted a reply: Sorry i put yhis photo on the wrong place. How i do to delete this topic. Sorry again.

  • Reply to Did you receive more than 3 bird watching awards, Post here

    Updated: 2012-09-16 01:07:05
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  • Reply to Need an Admin invite, in too many groups/not a pro account

    Updated: 2012-09-15 17:45:21
    lamoustique posted a reply: Why don't you drop it from one group so you can add it into another? Pick a group that doesn't give you much feedback or views.

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  • Do profits from shocking cat experiments end up in Boca Raton?

    Updated: 2012-09-14 16:00:51
    This week PETA released shocking photos of cruel experiments at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (view PETA’s report here). 30 cats are killed each year in the ongoing experiments. The cats are purchased from Liberty Research, a large commercial breeder of cats and dogs in Waverly, New York. Liberty Research is a member of a family of [...]

  • Winding down to Autumn

    Updated: 2012-09-13 21:46:48
    Things out there are getting quieter each day; and noisier each night. Our daytime songbirds become the voices under the stars as most of our smaller birds migrate to their winter quarters during the still of the night. Thousands of warblers, vireos, orioles, flycatchers, tanagers, and a host of other family groups of insect eating [...]

  • Weird Bug at Work – Greater Angle-wing (Katydid)

    Updated: 2012-09-13 17:20:09
    While I’m not as into insects as the Ohioan-based part of the Birdfreak Team, a coworker discovered a “leaf bug” and asked me to photograph it. Using the Kaufman Field Guide to Insects of North America I identified it as a Greater Angle-wing, a member of the Katydid family. Here are a few of the [...]

  • Reply to Help identify

    Updated: 2012-09-09 14:44:19
    NaPix -- (Time out) What kind of bird is this one? shot north on Montreal in late Aug 2012 -- Seen in the group"Bird Watching Group (BWG): Post 1 : Award 2" (?)

  • Earwig

    Updated: 2012-09-06 19:19:00
    : Craig's Bird Watching and Nature Blog Pages Home Bird Pictures Butterfly Pictures Bee Pictures Wild Animal Pictures My Life List Hire Craig Thursday , September 6, 2012 Earwig Earwigs are found throughout the Americas , Africa , Eurasia , Australia and New Zealand . With about 2,000 species in 12 families , they are one of the smaller insect orders . Earwigs have a characteristic pair of forceps pincers on their abdomen , and wings folded underneath short forewings know as skin wings . Earwigs rarely use their ability to . fly Posted by Craig Glenn at 2:19 PM Labels : Bugs Earwig No : comments Post a Comment Older Post Home Subscribe to : Post Comments Atom Visit the Nature Store Nature Search Blog Archive 2012 10 September 1 Earwig August 1 April 1 March 2 February 3 January 2 2011 35

  • Looking ahead with concern: Cole Bros. Circus

    Updated: 2012-09-05 16:40:19
    The Cole Bros. Circus will return to South Florida in late fall. We need your help to convince past hosts of the circus to reconsider hosting the circus in 2012. Each of the below venues has hosted the Cole Bros. Circus for the past several years. Elephants and other animals in the circus commonly suffer from [...]

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