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Category: Fauna

The Eagles Are Coming!
July 21, 2017
Fauna, New York
Out on Staten Island recently, we spotted a pair of juvenile bald eagles, not quite bold yet and their heads still dark, later joined by a parent. Mt Loretto, as often said...
Four Owls and an Osprey
April 25, 2017
Fauna, New York
After two Staten Island weekend outings in a row, we worried that our necks might turn red—mine actually was pinkish for the lack of sunblock—and instead steered confidently...
Feathered Arrows
April 8, 2017
Fauna, New York, Photoblogs
After weeks on end of what the French refer to as "métro-boulot-dodo", the commute-work-sleep routine of large-city dwellers, I reach a tipping point where escape is no longer...
South African Birds 'n Things
March 5, 2017
Fauna, Photoblogs, South Africa
Since I cannot always be posting about epic road trips and cinematic landscapes, here is a mellow batch of pictures taken in the Constantia garden and nearby green belt last...
The Quest for Meeleon
September 15, 2016
Chameleons, South Africa
It's a long love story. Back in 2008, upon my first visit to South Africa and after hearing from various Cape Town informants that elusive chameleons were possibly to be found...
Feather Count
April 22, 2016
Fauna, New York
A couple of months ago, walking home from the subway with a hook towards Whole Foods, we came upon a gathering of people who stood on sidewalks, pointing up animatedly and...