In the Covid-induced absence of a 2020 Texas trip, here's an assorted Asian montage from 2014-2019...
A couple of pics taken from one of the few Northumberland spots that's neither a grouse moor nor a full-on dog-toilet just yet (although the latter is getting closer).
A retrospective 're-write' of my travel diary from 2008 can be found here!
For an entertaining read regarding herping in south-west Texas (and other locations), check out Paul's blog at the following:
The current Covid-19 issues have led to a cancelled Estonia trip, creating a timely chance to read Quammen's 'Spillover' and also providing a few spare minutes to pull together some assorted (but still below-par) raptor footage from around the UK.
The main deal here was just to play with some of the tunes that a friend of mine - Neil Gibson - has recently created. Even if you don't watch the video, just give the music a wee listen!
Reporting is underway, but in the meantime here's the first video from the trip.
*Update - Report is finished and the second video is now also online.
In August we spent two weeks roadtrippin' from Alberta over to Vancouver Island. The main target was to try to see orcas, but the route would also throw in some opportunities for other wildlife including bears, marmots, birds and even a few snakes. How did we get on? Click here.
Video 1 - Marmots, Squirrels and Scenery - online
Video 2 - Herping Okanagan Country - online
Video 3 - Orcas, Humpbacks and Garters - online
Short on herps and short on birds. Worth reading? Probably not - but here's a link to the report anyway.