Please consider the photos to be copyrighted and ask permission to use them in any way. Thanks, David Clapp The other day we headed back to a favored haunt; the Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary in Marshfield, Massachusetts. This 500+ acre site is well known to local naturalists for many reasons, primarily birds; but its topographyContinue reading “A Day Out”
Not all birds are showy, here are a few that are rather plain – but still interesting.
The great migration sees a huge movement of zebra in Kenya and Tanzania. The zebra of the southern countries of Africa offer a different type of zebra and a different life style.
Please consider the images to be copyrighted and ask permission before using. Thank you; DEClapp People along the coast see terns quite often – if they look. Yet many people never see what is surrounding them. At the beach there may be fish, whales, seals, gulls, terns, sandpipers and mollusks as well as sand, water,Continue reading “Terns are Elegant”
Please consider all images as copyrighted and ask permission to use for any reason. Thanks, DEClapp Gulls are found worldwide; mostly in the Northern Hemisphere but still worldwide. Many are related to salt water and pretty much all of them are related to water. Those that may nest in the continental interior usually fly toContinue reading “Yeh, Gulls can be difficult”
Not all birds are colorful and spiffy. But all have evolved an appropriate exterior pattern for their life style.
Again, please treat all images as copyrighted and do not copy or use without permission. Please share this blog site. Thanks, DEC. These last few days are the middle, the peak, of the northward migration of neotropical wintering birds as well as those that have wintered in southeastern USA. Mid-May in New England can beContinue reading “Yard Birds -a different perspective”
Plovers are found worldwide. This post shows many of the smaller plovers.
Migration is still mostly a mystery. We know that things move around the planet; sharks, whales, striped bass, lots of birds, caribou, butterflies and dragonflies, and wildebeest. We know why they do it; to find a seasonal food source, to reach a likely breeding area, or to avoid bad stuff like seasonal fires or coldContinue reading “Waxwings and couple locals”