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The first glimpse of a secretary bird can send a mind reeling with

The first glimpse of a secretary bird can send a mind reeling with


The first glimpse of a secretary bird can send a mind reeling with wonder. Those legs…that beak…that piercing gaze. And, if the bird has its crest feathers ...

Secretary bird

Secretary Bird (just in time for administrative assistant day)

Bird Pictures

Secretary bird, head close-up

Long, dark quills at the back of the head give the secretary bird a very

Secretary Bird (Sagittarius serpentarius)

Standing Tall. Taking Note of Secretary Birds. The first glimpse of a secretary bird can send a mind reeling with ...

Secretary bird displaying head plumage

Secretary bird holding a small stick in its beak.

While they spend their days on the ground, secretary birds are good fliers. They

Pairs of secretary birds can cover more than 20 miles (32 kilometers) in a


THE ART OF THE HUNT Although they can fly at about 8 weeks of age,

HEADER HERE When it comes to scouting the scene, long limbs give the secretary bird

Two secretary bird chicks


SNAKE HUNTERS Renowned for their bold and efficient habit of killing snakes, the secretary bird's

The plains continue to support populations of both Kori Bustard and Secretarybird though Thomson's and Grant's Gazelles and other savanna mammals should be ...

Birds of Hoonah ...


The first view of this stunning White-throated Sparrow was as it popped up on a fence at Nant for approximately 5 seconds before disappearing into the ...


The Secretary-Bird.

A very regular sight at the moment is of Meadow Pipits provisioning young. Here good numbers of hoverflies were being taken (c) Richard Brown

As a lover of nature, with even the mildest interest in birds, you will definitely fall in love with Tanzania. It's truly a superb destination with well ...

Secretary Bird, click on the image to enlarge it


The American White Pelican.

Oh for the days when we all did our shopping at weekends or after work, and brought it home with us. The only things sent were the things too big to carry.


Sea Otters, Raptors and Bears - Oh My!

Alaska Raptor Center and Cultural Discovery ...

The Sacred Ibis.

Red Bird: Knoxville, Tennessee, February 2017

If Roosters only crowed at sunrise I wouldn't mind a bit.

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These Images Remind Us How Buildings Aren't Designed with Birds in Mind

British birding does not get much better than this! I wandered to the RSPB carpark where a Mediterranean Gull was foraging amongst the Black-headed Gulls.

I never get bored in the bush; there is always something interesting to see. And just being out there and not in town is magic. We actually spent a lot of ...

A mere dot on the map of China, and home to seven ...

A Little Surprise: Hummingbird, Novato, California, ...

Monday, 28 June 2010

We stopped to look for Grey-necked Bunting at a roadside gorge as well as admiring some distant Demoiselle Cranes on the plains.

... Everyday Gourmet with Justine Schofield , and has presented numerous chocolate challenges on MasterChef to test and inspire the contestants.

It was lovely to see Rob and Lisa on a flying visit to Norfolk. We have shared many birding holidays together and I look forward to the next one!

Little Brown Jobs

... a list that was over ten books long, ...

VIEW ARTICLE: The Donald is still on top - for the moment, at least

Starting at Lynn Point, Paul and I watched a couple of Marsh Harriers and Common Buzzards as we walked around to the sluice. Two Little Egrets were on view ...

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Look at this insanity collage…

But now, as I begin my year of reading from my shelves and the library, H is for Humbly Changing My Mind. What a wonderful book this is!

Hmm... probably won't stop shameless fundraising exploitation though -- the following images were forwarded to us by a ruffled reader who took less than ...

The Wood-Thrush.


Hmm... probably won't stop shameless fundraising exploitation though -- the following images were forwarded to us by a ruffled reader who took less than ...

As her survey would be more robust if it reached BAS members over a wider area, we are happy to post it for her and hope alpaca owners will circulate it ...

In the spring of the year 517AD, when he was very old, St Enda told his followers his final days were approaching. And so saying, he went into the ...

Fighting to Prevent Coal Pollution in the Bay-Again

His first rush of inarticulate resentment had been followed by a steadiness and concentration of tone more disconcerting to Lily than the excitement ...

Agence France-Presse

EARLY this year, touring a drought-stricken fruit farm in California, Barack Obama cited the state's three-year dry spell, the worst on record, ...

Some of these tactics may seem obvious, but mind you, that was 13th century and Mongols were probably setting an example for the generations to follow:

Of a wandering mind

Hagen mostly relied on a synthetic version of the protoplasm when his access to the subterranean pool was blocked by his adversary.

Emerge On The Page

Futehally (born 1920) almost single-handedly created the now thriving tradition of birdwatching in India. Aside from a thwarted foray into business, ...

Townsend's Bunting

Leaving the plains we will climb slightly onto the partially cultivated western slopes of Mount Meru. Here we will pause to examine the bird-life of a rocky ...

DeMartino scanning a water body

It would help if America's allies weighed in. They should come up with innovations of their own—or at least invest in the capabilities required to be a ...

An orphan asylum

We had a couple of very special guests join us on Mix 103 today; Lori Johnson and Potter from the Saskatchewan Burrowing Owl Interpretive Centre were in to ...

Grey-necked Bunting Demoiselle Cranes

The Albert N'yanza, Great Basin of the Nile, by Sir Samuel W. Baker, M.a., F.r.g.s.

Out of favour with the entire family

Lot 23

Croatia's local elections: Key takeaways and the duels to watch in the second round

Cover Cover. The Mind ...

Hays catches his first glimpse of the jungles of Colombia

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Workers unload chickens from a container at a wholesale market on Wednesday, April 3,

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