Birdmonitoring on Cousin Island, Seychelles – stunning views, beautiful nature and fascinating wildlife. Join our species conservation project as a volunteer and learn more about the ecosystem on the island and support its preservation.
The Seychelles warbler (Acrocephalus sechellensis), also known as Seychelles brush warbler, for example was almost extinct in the 1960's, but thanks to conservation efforts around 320 birds can be found on the island today.
This image is one of my very favorites and currently my most popular photograph. I have her centered in my booth at Laguna Art-A-Fair. So many are drawn to her eyes and the power they seem to have to look deep into your soul. A customer today asked me what she is saying or "What Does the Fox Say?" Yes funny because of the song, but actually insightful. If you believe as I do, that photography has the power to evoke change and that these animal in our photographs act as ambassadors to speak for their species. I propose this question... What is this fox saying to you?
Just wrapped up a pretty great few days of herping in Southern Arizona!
I’ve always had a strong interest in rattlesnakes (Crotalus sp.) and seeing them in the field is a major tick off the bucket list!!
One of the most iconic rattlesnakes and the most common species observed was the Western Diamondback Rattlesnake (Crotalus atrox). Whilst this species can attain lengths in excess of 5 feet, the majority I found were young neonates born in just the last couple of months. This larger specimen was the first I encountered and one of the nicest!
Juvenile white-eyed buzzard (Butastur teesa) - a medium-sized hawk found in South Asia. Adults have a rufous tail, a distinctive white iris, and a white throat bearing a dark mesial stripe bordered. The head is brown and the median coverts of the upper wing are pale. However, as you can see in the picture juveniles are a bit different. Fledgelings are reddish brown.
Jaguars are extremely skilled hunters, and heres proof of that. Its not the first time a Caiman has been the unfortunate victim of a jaguar, nor will it be the last #arcanewildlife
Photo by @christianbrunskill