Whatever Weds. This and That

Originally posted on Circadianreflections Blog:
Copyright © 2019 Deborah M. Zajac.  ALL RIGHTS RESERVED I thought I’d share several images I’ve made in the last few weeks and have been working on to share. Golden Hour over the 13th Fairway, the Eastern Sierras, and the marsh. A new bird for me! A Rough-winged Swallow with lunch.  If I have not made the correct ID for… Continue reading Whatever Weds. This and That

Robben Island and Mauritius heritage site ink ‘twinning’ deal; IOL

Originally posted on All About World Heritage Sites:
South Africa – Robben Island Two Unesco World Heritage Sites have signed a twinning agreement that will solidify their links. Robben Island Museum and Le Morne Cultural Landscape, in Mauritius, have joined forces. Both these sites are a symbol of cultural diplomacy. “As a World Heritage Site, continuous innovation and capacity building is key as stipulated by… Continue reading Robben Island and Mauritius heritage site ink ‘twinning’ deal; IOL

The smallest bird in the world

Originally posted on Kayla Fisk:
One amazing thing about the bird world is its incredible biodiversity, one of the many factors that play into this is their difference in size. In the dense woodlands and forest edges of Cuba, the smallest species of birds can be found. Flitting from flower to flower the near threatened Bee Hummingbird ( Mellisuga helenae) may be seen as it… Continue reading The smallest bird in the world