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Australian birds communicate using kind of primitive language, study finds

Australian birds using kind of primitive language, study finds


MIAMI – A species of bird in Australia is able to string together sounds and mix them up in order to communicate different meanings to others, a skill previously attributed only to humans, researchers said Monday. 267 more words


The eyes have it

5 July, 2015                           The eyes have it         

The hawks have been wildly active this week. To the detriment of the local squirrel population. Last week’s post was… 478 more words


Photography & Poetry: A Day in Nature

“Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished” Lao Tzu

A Day in Nature

Sitting on a swing
Not worrying about a thing
Enjoying the simple life… 95 more words


Whitsun Treadings IV: Wildflowers and Cuckoo Fanciers On Warton Crag

It’s a cause of ongoing frustration to TBH that I tend to snap away taking endless photos of distant views whilst neglecting to capture images of our family and friends. 283 more words


Pygmy cormorant

Pygmy cormorant – Microcarbo pygmeus

Lake Skada, Montenegro – July 2014


Glenburnie Cove morning sounds (preseason)

a quiet morning some weeks ago by Glenburnie cove, enjoy these collected sounds.  Looking out at Anthony’s Nose and listening to water and birds.  A beautiful place Lake George is.  HOW!


Red-winged Blackbird #8

A male Red-winged Blackbird that hat just fed one of his youngster near our campsite in Alexandria Bay. It was usually a noisy event when one of them hat gotten something to eat. 20 more words