Short-eared Owl

How many Longeared Owls fit in a tree?

Thumbnail image for How many Longeared Owls fit in a tree? by DaleForbes 3 June 2012

At least 200. With space for a Short-eared Owl. Well, at least if you are in the little Hungarian town of Hortobagy in Winter. We were in the steppes of Hortobagy earlier this year and our guide – Balazs Szigeti – couldn’t wait to get us in to the quaint village of Hortobagy to show […]

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Featured Bird Photographer blogger ~She gets down and dirty

Thumbnail image for Featured Bird Photographer blogger ~She gets down and dirty by dAwN FiNe 22 April 2012

Mia McPherson is a nature lover, wildlife watcher and bird photographer. Birds fascinate, delight and intrigue her which is why she devotes many hours learning about them, observing their behavior and photographing them. By learning more about each subject, she can anticipate their behavior and create opportunities to obtain better images of those species. Mia enjoys sharing her photos, photographic skills and techniques with those individuals who are serious about their own bird and wildlife photography.

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Featured Bird Butt Blogger of the Week

Thumbnail image for Featured Bird Butt Blogger of the Week by dAwN FiNe 11 February 2011

Howdee all, We are still in Florida basking in the warmth. The birding has been awesome..Check out my latest posts on my blog to see some of the birds we have been seeing. Limpkin land and Green Cay wonders. But..enough of that…are you ready for this weeks ~Featured Bird Butt Blogger of the Week~ This […]

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Tidepooling in the Galapagos

A Short-eared Owl on the WINGS Birding Tour in the Galapagos by Rich Hoyer 1 February 2011

You never know what you’ll find just poking along. The bulk of our morning of Day 5 in the Galapagos was a delightful walk out the lava “bench” inland from Puerto Egas on the island of Santiago. You wouldn’t expect at first that much would be waiting in such a bleak landscape. But look closely, […]

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