Este arasarí, es una de las tantas víctimas que están dejando los incendios en el Amazonas.
Hace menos de un año recorrí sus ríos y bosques y no hay un centímetro de territorio que no tenga vida, es horrible lo que está pasando y se siente que algo más se podría hacer.
I've been a birder my whole life, so It's difficult to choose a favorite bird. With that said, the American dipper is high on that list. I often find them standing on rocks next to wild rivers, bobbing up and down, before diving straight into the rapids and underwater. I could watch them all day!
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“We are surrounded by beauty and by chance we’re in the right place at the right time. And we are even luckier if we just happen to be documenting a wedding with our zoom lens at hand” #barredowl
India: Injured Leopard attacks Photographer
An injured female leopard attacked a man who was clicking her pictures in the Falakata area of Alipurduar district of West Bengal on Monday.
The incident took place when a speedy vehicle hit the leopard at Dalgaon tea estate this morning at around 10 am while the leopard was crossing the Asian Highway from nearby Dalgaon forest.
After the incident, the locals gathered and started clicking pictures of the leopard which made the animal angry resulting in injuring a person.
“The industrialist was horrified to find the fisherman lying beside his boat, smoking a pipe.
“Why aren’t you fishing?” asked the industrialist.
“Because I’ve caught enough fish for the day.”
“Why don’t you catch some more?”
“What would I do with them?”
“Earn more money. Then you could have a motor fixed to your boat and go into deeper waters and catch more fish. That would bring you money to buy nylon nets, so more fish, and more money. Soon you would have enough to buy two boats, even a fleet of boats, then you could be rich like me.”
“What would I do then?”
“Then you could sit back and enjoy life.”
“What do you think I’m doing now?”” – John Lane
Ya está online el documental Estado Salmonero dirigido por el astro @dani_casado, en donde el destacado surfista y activista nacional @surfnavarro revela los impactos de la industria salmonera en nuestros océanos. Una industria que para alimentar a sus salmones de criaderos genera una huella de carbono casi imposible de medir. Un modelo de negocio donde lugar donde se instala, ecosistema marino que pierde su vida. El documental es alarmante e inquietante, por decir lo menos. Es un trabajo audiovisual que debe ser visto para entender y empezar el cambio. Agobia y genera un cuestionamiento interno para la próxima vez que te ofrezcan consumir salmón industrial. Al consumir, uno no solo se está comiendo un animal lleno de antibióticos y bacterias, sino que también está siendo parte de la industria de la salmonicultura, y todas sus consecuencias e impactos que está conlleva.
Velo ahora en el link de nuestra bio, y si quieres aportar tu grano (ojalá que si 😊) firma la petición para detener el desenfrenado crecimiento de algo tan nefasto para nuestra madre Tierra. #Austerra#patagoniasinsalmoneras#noalasacuicolas@patagoniachile
Have you ever heard a bald eagle call?🦅🤔
It's a scene you’ve probably seen countless times in movies and on TV: An eagle flies overhead and emits a rough, piercing scream. It's a classic symbol of wilderness and adventure. The only problem? Bald eagles don't make that sound. Instead, they emit a sort of high-pitched giggle or a weak scream. These noises are so unimpressive that Hollywood sound editors often dub overbald eagle calls with far more impressive sounds: the piercing, earthy screams of a smaller bird, the red-tailed hawk. If you were a fan of The Colbert Report, you might remember the show's iconic CGI eagle from the opener—it, too, is making that red-tailed hawk cry. Listen for yourself and decide who sounds more impressive.
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The Violet-fronted Brilliant (Heliodoxa leadbeateri) 🇨🇴
No puedes creer la belleza que contienen nuestros bosques hasta que la observas, la gran mayoría de veces una imagen no es suficiente para disfrutar su real dimensión. .
Cada uno de nosotros es responsable por moderar nuestros hábitos de consumo y por generar acciones que nos permitan vivir en un mundo en equilibrio. .Todos los seres del planeta merecemos compartir en armonía cada uno de nuestros espacios, la mayor responsabilidad del ser humano es respetar el de aquellas especies que no tienen voz.
Credit to @vivek_wildlife : On a sunny evening ride where the sun was giving us the unbearable heat, we were lucky to spot 3 big cats all sleeping under a tree next to a almost dried up lake at PP. The tigers were probably equally affected by the heat as we witnessed that one by one they all got up and took a dip in the lake and returned to head back to sleep.
In the image is Surya the Male cub of Maya
A literal ♥ is in the air for this pair of Blue Sprites (Pseudagrion microcephalum)! In order to mate, a male damselfly first grabs a female by the back of her neck with claspers at the end of his abdomen (we would call it a tail!); cleverly, these claspers actually fit into species-specific grooves in the female! The pair then do a fly-around dance of the pond, and if the female accepts his advances, she will lift her abdomen(/tail) up to bring her sperm-storage organs (I feel like there are many unsavoury porny terms for this BUT in reality they are called the bursa copulatrix (literally the sex sac) and the spermatheca; yes, there are 2!) to the 2nd/3rd segment of the male's abdomen, where his secondary sex organs are! These are where his sperm is stored after being created at the back of his abdomen/tail, and where he will deliver them to the female.