Tag: adventure

Galapagos Flightless Cormorant

A true example of evolution is seen in the Galapagos Islands with the Flightless Cormorant. This Cormorant is the only one in the world that has lost its ability to fly. The Flightless Cormorant is endemic to the Galapagos Islands, found only on Fernandina and Isabela Islands. With […]

The Galapagos Penguin

A contradiction in reality, finding a Penguin on equator seems like a fantasy. Due to the chilly Humboldt Current, and the Cromwell Current these birds in tuxedos have found a unique home. Found primarily along the volcanic rocky shores of the islands of Fernandina, and Isabela, these small […]

I Really Wanted the Shot

The past few weeks there have been some rare Red Necked Grebes hanging out in the Magothy River by my house. This winter has been so cold and harsh, that the great lakes froze over nearly 95%. Leaving little habitat for these grebes to winter. These Red Necked […]

Yet More Snow

Snow, snow and more snow. That is what today was all about. This past weekend was a mini vacation for me, and would you believe that I didn’t take any pictures? I have no idea why I didn’t as I had three different cameras on hand. Guess it […]

Munch a Bunch of Bamboo

It’s been a wonderfully, glorious and beautiful pre-spring day today. Heading down to Washington DC for a visit to the Smithsonian National Zoological Park for a Feathered Friends meetup, two Giant Panda Bears were out in the warming sun enjoying a bamboo breakfast. How could I not stop […]