Posted April 5, 2020 by Laurie Kay Olson

"It is so lovely to dine al fresco on a Sunday morning in spring."

Posted April 3, 2020 by Ron Callari

While humans face a war of sorts with an invisible adversary, wildlife move in on territories they've never tread before. For them, it's a holiday. For them to go anywhere they'd like to go, without any fear from hunters, poachers, residents or tourists is something they're relishing.

Posted March 25, 2020 by Ron Callari

Surprisingly a bird indigenous to the Philippines has eluded scientists and birders.

Posted March 18, 2020 by Ron Callari

When it spots its prey while in flight over a body of water, it can dive 100 feet to capture fish for dinner. Simultaneously, while not missing a beat a photographer was able to capture each phase of an osprey's plunge on camera.

Posted March 11, 2020 by Ron Callari

It occurs in northeastern South America from Venezuela east across the Guianas to northeastern Brazil. Sightings indicate they are best found in elevations of 500m (.3 miles). But can they travel distances?

Posted March 9, 2020 by Ron Callari

The Great Rift Valley Flyway which connects Europe, Asia, and Africa is one of the globe's most essential bird migratory corridors. This instinctual passage is comprised of five hundred million birds of 350 species.

Posted March 6, 2020 by Ron Callari

One story that's slipped under the radar is the potential extinction of the helmeted hornbill of Southeast Asia.

Posted March 3, 2020 by Laurie Kay Olson

How can it not be spring yet? It seems like I've been putting up with this for months now.