30 Sep '17, 4pm

A bird's-eye view of the beautiful shores of Norway's Lofoten Islands

The visually stunning area of the Lofoten Islands in Norway has an especially exciting draw for birders. The rocky coastline of the islands is where around one quarter of the country's entire bird population nests during the summer. Lofoten Birding writes, "For a birdwatcher and photographer the possibilities are endless when it comes to birding in Lofoten. It is important to take your time to become familiar with the different breeding species. Nearly 100 pairs of White-tailed Eagles nest in Lofoten, good wetland sites offer dozens of breeding pairs of Slavonian Grebes, Redshanks, Oystercatchers, Arctic Skuas, terns and gulls nest along the coasts, Bluethroats, Willow and Rock Ptarmigan and Ring Ouzels along the hillsides and on the mountains – to mention a few." There are dozens of species that can be spotted in spring and summer. So not only do travelers get to absorb t...

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The Spoke and Bird

The Spoke and Bird

purecoffeeblog.com 02 Oct '17, 9pm

Situated between the Clarke House and Glessner House in the Chicago Womens' Park and Gardens, I found the Spoke and Bird. ...

Top Bird Watching Places in Malaysia

Top Bird Watching Places in Malaysia

blog.malaysia-asia.my 09 Oct '17, 10am

The magnificence Maliau Basin in Sabah, photographed by Cede Prudente The list above is compiled by me, David Hogan Jr, wh...

Which Bird Is the Fastest Runner?

Which Bird Is the Fastest Runner?

audubon.org 05 Oct '17, 3pm

“Ladies, gentlemen, and birds: Take your marks!” Lined up at the starting blocks for the 100-meter dash are the world’s fa...