With the Nightjar season nothing but a memory now, and a long 7 months or so until the birds return, I’ve had time to fully compile all the Nightjar data from this year and then turn my attention to some more of the footage from the trail-cams I left out this year. This footage is now on the video page, featuring a female (and occasional visits from the male) at the nest during the incubation phase.
Another three images have been added to the wildlife gallery this evening. The Painted Stork was photographed while browsing for fish in Sri Lanka. Staying in Sri Lanka, the Tufted Grey Langurs were seen in Bundala in the south of the country. Finally the Burchell's Zebra was photographed in central ... Read more
Four new updates to the gallery this evening, each from a different continent. The White-bellied Sea Eagle was photographed in southern Sri Lanka. The White-throated Dipper was captured in the Forest of Dean, England. The White-faced Capuchin was leaping across a small stream leading into the Rio Frio near the ... Read more