Craftsman Matt Wilson creates bird assemblages from discarded silverware.
According to a study facilitated by BirdLife, there are more than 1,300 bird species threatened with extinction and among them are hundreds which don’t have the benefit of being household names … Continue Reading Using street art to raise awareness of imperiled birds
After a seagull swooped onto a table at the the Cannes Grand Hyatt and knocked a glass of wine over on actress Sophie Marceau in 2011, the hotel knew it couldn’t let a … Continue Reading Leveraging Ecology: Harris hawks patrol the Festival de Cannes.
Austin Thomas is a UK-based wildlife photographer whose work you may recognize from BBC Wildlife Magazine. Though he has a keen eye for capturing compelling images of all manner of … Continue Reading Running Birds of Prey by Austin Thomas
Refreshing the List for 2016This is an update of a post that initially appeared in 2014 highlighting iPhone apps for naturalists. Whether you’re a birder, stargazer, or mushroom fanatic (is there a nickname … Continue Reading iPhone Apps for Naturalists (2016)
Long-tailed tits are adorable…they just are…They are so adorable that they will easily distract from anything I attempt to write so let’s all take-in their fluffy cuteness before proceeding, shall we?Now, … Continue Reading Long-tailed Tit Birds – More than Adorable
Maybe you haven’t heard of Thomas Paulsom. Back in 2012, his fantastic LEGO representations of British birds popped up on Lustik and Flickr. Since then, his creations have garnered enough praise … Continue Reading PopNature: Thomas Paulsom’s LEGO Birds Go Live as an Official Set
In my experience, natural history illustration has always glorified the photorealistic. As a discipline grounded in scientific inquiry, there has obviously been a persistent a desire to portray the wonders of … Continue Reading Natural History Through the Eyes of Charley Harper