Tag Archives: Nature

Tough Bird, Tough Luck

This young Golden Eagle takes on more than it can manage this time. Amazing that no damage was done to the bird other than an empty belly – and maybe damaged pride!

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Western Tienshan Declared UNESCO World Heritage Site

As reported by BirdLife International, Europe and Central Asia, the Western Tienshan region of Kazakhstan has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Not surprising as it is not only very beautiful, it also abounds with wonderful flora and fauna … Continue reading

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Homing Instinct in Birds – How do they do it?

National Geographic looks at the strange case of the homing pigeon that went missing for 5 years! It was released in Nantes and along with a large number of other homers it simply disappeared. This interesting article gives a probable … Continue reading

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The Wildlife Tragedy that is South Sudan

http://news.yahoo.com/wildlife-devastated-south-sudan-war-conservationists-100948371.html

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Ostrich Camel Dinosaur

New to science! A 70-million-year-old ostrich camel Half a century ago, a giant pair of arms, 70 million years old, were uncovered in the Gobi desert. A staggering 2.4 metres long, the limbs were so extraordinary, scientists were in no … Continue reading

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