Feathers – Day 20

Originally posted on Hermanus Bird Club:
? Yesterday, for the first time all the entrants got all the birds!  Well done.  Admittedly there are only four of you left, but you guys are the finishers and this marathon will end with all of you having won! The bigger pictures are given below’ ? For today we have the following; Continue reading Feathers – Day 20

More from WhaleCoast Conservation

Originally posted on Hermanus Bird Club:
? Thanks Ronnie, Sorry forgot to give you the link for people to register for Thursday’s webinar with Otto Whitehead. We can accommodate any number, so people are welcome to share the link with friends. To register for the webinar please follow this link:  https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_K1eK7bueTl2xg98Q5bdg5w Anina Continue reading More from WhaleCoast Conservation

Where to See Whales

Originally posted on incidental naturalist:
The boat spluttered out of Elkhorn Slough, nosing cautiously into the open water of Monterey Bay. A chilling cloak of fog wrapped itself thickly around the little vessel. The sounds of Moss Landing harbor died in the gurgle of the spluttering exhaust. Perhaps the fog would clear a mile or so off shore, and conditions for whale watching would improve. That… Continue reading Where to See Whales