An enormous social weaver nest in the Namib Rand desert. These nests can have up to 100 separate chambers each with individual entrances. You thought your condo had thin walls…
I wish I had been a little faster on this. I normally wouldn’t post an image with this kind of soft focus, but I have never seen the underwing coverts of a northern flicker. Stunning!
A glimpse of red through the trees…
(Click to enlarge-much nicer.)
Damn! Dropped my worm.
Ring-side seats for the bald eagle salmon strut - big birds battling over sockeye sushi on my Wild! blog. Please encourage…if you like that sort of thing.http://www.njwight.com/2013/05/bald-eagle-salmon-strut/
Hawk near my cabin in Panama. But I can’t remember what fairy-wren told me…sharp-shinned?
The bigger of the two baby great horned owlets.
To all you followers, old and new. Thanks for dressing up so elegantly and joining my party.
This vulture “wiseguy” was in charge at one of the most visceral wildlife spectacles I have ever seen. More photos and story over on my blog: http://www.njwight.com/2013/04/griffon-vultures-devour-wildebeest/
Happy Earth Day!
Neck ‘n’ neck…
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