The Pyrrhuloxia is a desert bird similar in appearance and closely related to the Northern Cardinal. The name Pyrrhuloxia denotes one of the ways to distinguish these two species, being … Continue reading Pyrrhuloxia – Sabrina Salome
“Dawn with a flock of red-billed quelea, the most abundant bird in the world. These guys flock in huge numbers throughout Kruger National Park, feeding mainly on grass seeds. For … Continue reading Red-billed Quelea at dawn – Sabrina Salome
“Cheetah are without question the world’s most specialized cat. No other land animal on Earth has a build or accelerating power like it. Though females prefer solitary lives (when not … Continue reading Cheetah – Sabrina Salome
“Meet what might be Kruger National Park’s most photogenic bird: The Lilac-breasted Roller. These birds are more than just a pretty face and bright colors. If caught in the right … Continue reading Lilac-breasted Roller – Sabrina Salome
“Shot on the Botswanan side of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. These camps were bare-bones; no power, usually no water, and no fences. A resident family of lions was quite comfortable … Continue reading Lion – Sabrina Salome
The RSPB’s Project Puffin has taken the first steps towards solving the mystery of why some puffin colonies in the UK are in dramatic decline. To do this, RSPB scientists … Continue reading Initial steps taken to combat Puffin declines
Wildlife photography is, unfortunately, not one of my strengths – it never has been, and due to my reluctance to purchase anything more substantial than my current camera, likely never … Continue reading Photography: My Favourite “Lucky Captures”
With little time to blog about my Scotland experience so far this year I thought I would let my pictures do the talking, for once. Below is only a small … Continue reading Scotland so far, in pictures..