Originally posted on Scottish Wildlife Watcher:
We arrived at the villa in Cala D’or on the 1st of August, instantly spotting a number of Spotted Flycatchers and a flyover Hoopoe. Later that evening I walked to an area of scrubland that had proven productive on a previous visit after seeing a Long-eared Owl there, however only a single startled Stone Curlew was spotted as the… Continue reading Majorca Summer 2014 – Part 1
Originally posted on Trevor On Tour:
Audouin’s Gull, a very scarce bird in 1982 – now rather common. Still, a truly lovely larid We’ve just returned from a short break to Mallorca – flying EasyJet from Luton and staying at the Romantic Hotel in Port de Pollenca. We first went to Mallorca in 1982, when our eldest was just four months old. Then, we stayed… Continue reading Mallorca short break
Originally posted on California Bonsai Art:
These are a few projects that carried over from last year that started as new projects. These are the shohin pines I started this year from Ed Clark stock. I started the move forward at the Ted Matson workshop at Ed’s in March. This is what they look like since the cut back. At the workshop ? Today ?… Continue reading First Steps with No Bai De ~ Backyard updates
Originally posted on BushTweets:
This series of photographs are of a sighting I had where over 30 vultures subtly pushed 3 cheetah off their well deserved kill. We were watching the 3 young male cheetah devouring a nyala on the open plains of Phinda. It was early morning and the sun was beginning to heat up the earth as it does everyday. With the cool… Continue reading Cheetah Vs Vultures!