We hiked the Cascades trail in Jefferson National Forest after Labor Day. It was one of the first sunny days we have had all summer. The 4-mile hike follows Little Stoney Creek. Waterfalls seemed to be more plentiful along the trail....Show More Summary
Common Puerto Rican AnoleAnolis cristatellusRio Mar, Puerto Rico Gray KingbirdTyrannus dominicensisRio Mar, Puerto Rico Common Puerto Rican AmeivaAmeiva exsul Brown PelicanRio Mar, Puerto Rico Semipalmated PloverRio Mar, Puerto Rico Zenaida DoveRio Mar, Puerto Rico Common Puerto Rican AnoleRio Mar, Puerto Rico All images ©trryanSeptember 2013
Period drama gives you a chance to step in to a different world, so with this series it's 1966 and psychedelia is in the air.
I was lucky enough to work on the first series of Vets 24/7 so I was thrilled to be going back to help make sries two.
Next weekend marks the first ever Llandudno Arts Festival, with three days of free events scheduled to celebrate the town's rich history and showcase the very best artistic talent from the area and beyond.
The weather has been quite changeable this week with some dry weather and sunshine but also some cloud and rain, with fronts moving in from the Atlantic.
Immature Turkey Vulture By: Pat Coate Vultures certainly don’t fall into the glamour bird category. Their little bald heads and hooked bills have helped them evolve into nature’s perfect clean-up crew. And though we may not like to think much about them or their jobs, in areas of the world where their numbers have significantly […]
"Take a walk with a turtle. And behold the world in pause." - Bruce Feiler I'd imagine that most of us (birders, naturalists, outdoorsy-types) have read a lot about the value of a real-life, hands-on nature experience to convert the rest of the world to our ranks. Show More Summary
Tonight sees the premiere of an interesting collaboration between up and coming Welsh choreographer Jessie Brett and the Ethiopian artist Addisu Demissie at Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff.
During warm August days most songbirds are quiet. They are molting and stay hidden from potential enemies. But the eastern wood-pewee drawls his plaintive “pee-ah-wee” song. He, it turns out, doesn’t molt until after he migrates. Without his songs, our August forest would be almost silent.
Last September once again I missed International Vulture Awareness Day. That was on September 7 and my husband Bruce and I were celebrating our fiftieth wedding anniversary in the province of Quebec. Specifically, we were sitting six feet away from the largest common gannet colony in the Western hemisphere, watching them fighting, mating, tending young, […]
The 2012/2013 season was an incredibly successful one for us here at the BBC National Orchestra of Wales HQ.
Pahaku - Sacred Site of the Pawnee Platte River Bluff - Eastern Nebraska July 2011
This week the weather can be described as changeable; some dry weather and sunshine but also a few sharp showers.
Travertine CreekChickasaw National Recreation Area Eastern Tiger Swallowtail - Dark Morph Splendor in the Grass A gathering of Opiliones ( Harvestmen / Daddy Longlegs) Prickly Pear Cactus in Remnant Prairie Thistle - a prolific hostShow More Summary
Watch for this article in the Jamestown, Dunkirk, and Warren papers: Visit the Elk with Audubon by Jennifer Schlick Every Discovery Walk at Audubon includes a visit with Liberty, our non-releasable Bald Eagle. The children are always fascinated by her and full of questions. Once I’ve answered their questions, I ask one of my own: […]
For the second year running the Wales Millennium Centre is playing host to an exhibition of the cream of artistic talent currently emerging from Wales' many arts institutions.
It's been a busy summer for Welsh bands and the BBC Introducing stage has once again seen us send representatives from Wales to the biggest events.