Warblers and Goatsuckers

With only a couple of months to go until the Nightjars return and the work begins again on surveying them, I’ve been going through some photos from last season. Most of my Nightjar photos come from close to home in the Forest of Dean, but this one was roosting on a log in Norfolk. I found the Chestnut-sided Warbler in the Tortuguero region of Costa Rica. Both images have just been added to the wildlife gallery.

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Painted Wolves & Bustards

Two new images from South Africa today. The Black-bellied Bustard was found in central Kruger. It was the breeding season while I was there but I didn't get to see any displaying birds. I spend a lot of time each year looking for Nightjar nests closer to home, and imagine ... Read more

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Big cats & COVID-19

This Lion has been added to the wildlife gallery today. It was photographed as I was driving south against a deadline, in order to reach Skukuza to catch a connecting flight to Johannesburg. Two males had recently finished eating a kill in the distance, and then they both ambled in ... Read more

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