This post contains one image of a long-deceased gull, just FYI.
Note: All gulls pictured in this post, and other trapped birds were freed from the netting.
Follow Up on 10/21/11: I phoned today and learned that an official went out to this net, confirmed what we saw in terms of … Read the rest
Lancelot (no, Guinevere) — lost himself (no, herself) — along the coast of Scotland, where Picts and Druids and Earls and Scots laid claim to the medieval stones of her landing. Just north of these stones lie the crags and … Read the rest
Saw this video at the Wildcare website today– about the local wildlife that shares our Bay Area habitat.
When you’re helping out a pigeon, the reaction from people passing by tends to be polarized: “how sweet” or “disgusting.” Pigeons have such a lousy rap, some people are aghast that anyone would think to rescue one of these birds, … Read the rest
I don’t like to skip out on the blog for a week, but we kicked off Thanksgiving weekend with a drive along the Pacific . . . and an accidental passenger, a Japanese Quail, sitting on the backseat. In other … Read the rest
Note: This post somehow fell under the “private” designation, and when I re-published it to “public,” my email app sent out a notice. This post is from 2009.
A fellow volunteer at the wildlife hospital was caring for three orphaned … Read the rest