Cross the fifth largest island on Earth, with a 70lb pack, on foot, in the Arctic. Will Waltz
comment That’s a donkey mesopotamius, Albuquerque NM, It’s a baby horse. Source: was a horse girl who collected horse figurines howdodogwalks, Northeast USA, What an Ass. MandatoryMoose, Essex UK Something disturbingly predatory about this, it’s like an Angler Fish but a tree wisewizard Deer’s thoughts: “It’s behind me isn’t it?” Edit: That might be a […]
In his latest book, photographer Joachim Schmeisser gets up close and personal with the continent’s wildest creatures author Leslie Nemo was formerly an editorial intern for Scientific American. Considering the threats to the wildlife that roams vast swaths of Africa, it’s almost surprising that any of the creatures are still alive today. Poachers collecting coveted […]
By Euronews | view original article Authorities on the Swedish island of Öland have warned citizens and tourists not to approach the dead body of a beached whale which “may explode”. The humpback whale carcass has been stranded near the southeast of the island since last week, near the small town of Mörbylånga. The local […]
Old privet cleaned up and begining a new life.. Not likely to be most people’s cup of tea with hundreds of traditional faults, but I kind of like the old deadwood and the challenge of it… remaining deadwood after cleaning off loads of soft stuff is solid as a rock..
Wildlife Aid – With litter left in all sorts of places, this rescue takes it to new levels! Out for an afternoon stroll, two ladies heard furious flapping from above, only to spot a Jay dangling from a tree branch, unable to get free. Once Lawrie had scaled the tree, it was to his shock […]
Picture Perfect Memories for Life (Coreen Kuhn) Today and over the next few weeks we are going back to our visit to the Augrabies Falls National Park on 11 September 2013 Augrabies Falls National Park is a national park located around the Augrabies Falls, about 120 km west of Upington in the Northern Cape Province, South Africa. It was established in 1966. The Augrabies […]
by Jason Kottke | Kottke.org Foley artist Richard Hinton talks about how he creates sounds for nature documentaries like Planet Earth. I love watching Foley artists do their thing, but I have mixed feelings about these made-up sounds! Despite the veneer of neutrality of nature documentaries, I know there’s no such thing as objective truth when you’re dealing […]