Wildlife Blog Posts

Madhya Pradesh, The heart of Incredible India

             "God Made Madhya Pradesh Beautiful.       We made it comfortable"     - Madhya Pradesh Tourism  Madhya Pradesh (MP), often referred to as the 'heart of Incredible India' owing to its location in the centre of India is...
by Team G Square on Jan 12, 2017

Wife Rescues A “Dog”, But It’s Actually A Coyote. Then Her Husband Has a Meltdown.

Understandably, Justin Bogh had a minor freakout when he began receiving these texts from his wife, Kayla Eby. Kayla told Justin she had “found” an abandoned dog, but something didn’t look quite right to Justin. Once the gears in Ju...
by I Heart Pets on Dec 3, 2016

Lava, North Bengal birding

view of K2 mountain range I have traveled to the Kutch in the West, Ladakh in the North and most of the South region but never got an opportunity to explore the East beyond Kolkata. With a couple of spare days in March, I zoomed in on the place Lav...
by Huchchara Santhe on Nov 26, 2016

Unique Bird Mugs

Decorative Red Breasted Nuthatch Art Coffee Mug by waterart Stylized Bird Art - Nuthatch Coffee Mug by waterart White Breasted Nuthatch Gifts Coffee Mug by waterartDecorative bird mugs with Nuthatch art make cool gifts for bird lovers. The mugs...
by Dog and Wildlife Art on Nov 18, 2016

Dachigam National Park

J&K complete logs here Early next morning from Manasbahl, we drove straight to Dachigam National Park that is located about 20kms from Srinagar and home to the critically endangered Hangul (Kashmir stag), Himalayan bears and many others. We met...
by Huchchara Santhe on Oct 23, 2016

Northern House Gecko

Northern House Gecko (Hemidactylus flaviviridis Rupell), a not so common gecko/lizard in the south of India was spotted inside the Lord Ramalingeshwara cave temple. We spotted three geckos, out of which the one closest to us was captured on camera.
by Team G Square on Oct 21, 2016

September 4 Wildlife Day

Today Day is September 4 Wildlife Day is observed annually. Wildlife Day, founded in 2005 and carried forward in the memory of animal lover and conservationist Steve Irwin, serves to bring awareness to the number of endangered animals.On December 20,...
by Today Day Info on Sep 3, 2016

In California desert, solar-power and wildlife compete

The Desert Sunlight Solar Farm is located on 1455ha of public land in the Chuckwalla Valley in east Riverside County, California. Photo / Courtesy of First Solar, Inc.Just after noon on a 43C summer day, the 14.5 sq km Desert Sunlight Solar Farm - th...

Tso Kar-Taglang La-Leh-Dras-Srinagar

J&K complete logs here After the lucky sighting of the Little Owl at the Thupche village and after a quick visit to the monastery there, we were back to the resort for some hot food and much needed rest. The rooms were insulated from the cold...
by Huchchara Santhe on Aug 16, 2016

Idaho: Minidoka National Wildlife Refuge

White pelicans on the hunt.Early in the morning Traveler Thirteen and I parted ways in West Yellowstone, Montana and I headed southwest into Idaho. On the way out of town I had close encounters with mule deer and a misguided yellow-bellied marmot who...
by Not as the Crow Flies on Jul 28, 2016

Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge

One of the few original homesteads you can see abandoned throughout the valley. Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge is located in the mostly undeveloped Centennial Valley near the headwaters of the Missouri River. The 55,775 acre refuge prov...
by Not as the Crow Flies on Jul 23, 2016

4 Tips to Turn Your Backyard into a Wildlife-Friendly Habitat

Turn Your Backyard into a Wildlife-Friendly Habitat Guest Writer: Meghan Belnap Are you an avid bird watcher or wildlife lover? Do you wish to hear the chirp of birds throughout your day or see a fox or deer feed in your own backyard? Making your hom...
by Animal Bliss on Jul 5, 2016

Wildlife on the Border

This is not the post I've been working on for the last couple of days, but I am currently sitting and waiting for law enforcement so our Survey Crew can get on with the day. I am currently less than a mile from the Mexican Border and can clearly see...
by Blank Spaces on Jul 4, 2016

Last June Jaunt

Last June Jaunt I have to be honest June is one of my least busy months on the patch front at the best of times, the birding drops right off with so many birds nesting and nothing new moving through, but this June has been so wet that my normal tar...
by Views From An Urban Lake on Jul 1, 2016

BR Hills- Call of the wild

The car screeched to a halt immediately after a sharp curve. The bewildered monitor lizard stared for a while, undecided whether to retract or cross over. After a couple of seconds, it crossed over, only to go back in a flash to where it came from. I...
by Tales of a Nomad...!! on Jun 28, 2016

Sing it from the Mountain Top, or "Too Far From the Beaten Path".

  Top of the Mountain   Since last time I wrote a post I have a lot of stuff go on in my life, all of it positive I might add, but still requiring a lot of thought processing. When I feel overwhelmed or stressed out, the best plac...
by Blank Spaces on Jun 25, 2016

Making LEGO Friends at WWT Arundel #LEGO

We went to see the brilliant LEGO animals at WWT Arundel back in May.  These giant LEGO® brick models, which include an awesome otter, fabulous flamingo and more, are on tour around the various UK Wetland Centres and will be at Arunde...
by Attachment Mummy on Jun 23, 2016

Utah: Following Deer, Finding Horses

Sunrise. Looking East. Somewhere southwest of Vernal, Utah. I'd look down after taking this photo to find a desiccated hare lying near my feet. It must have gotten hit and died there and then dried out. Odd that it wasn't disturbed by scavengers.This...
by Not as the Crow Flies on Jun 12, 2016

That Pristine Paradise Called Palawan: Puerto Princesa City Familiarization Tour

When I was recently searching for inspirational quotes about travel, I found two lines that perfectly encapsulate how I am as a traveler. One is by Robert Louis Stevenson, a Scottish essayist, novelist and poet, which goes, “For my part, I travel n...
by The Introverted Weekender on May 28, 2016

Discover Ranthambore National Park, India

The Happy Nomad ꔷ For Backpackers by Backpackers About 130 km from Jaipur, in south-eastern Rajasthan, lies what was once the famous hunting grounds of the Maharajahs of Jaipur—the Ranthambore National Park. Located at the meeting point of two la...
by The Happy Nomad on May 24, 2016
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