Posts tagged with ‘Animals and birds’

  • Aug122008

    Quagga – a great striped hope

    One hundred and twenty-five years ago today, on 12 August 1883, the last quagga died in Amsterdam zoo. ...

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  • Feb202008
    David Attenborough

    A moment with David Attenborough

    Last night I dreamt me and Moth arrived in New Zealand and met David Attenborough, who was expecting us and…

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  • Dec312007

    Birds of Egypt

    Birding in Egypt is a particular pleasure with so many different habitats on offer, and especially because of Egypt’s position…

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  • Nov122007

    Grey seals at Donna Nook

    It has to be something pretty spectacular to make anyone get up at 7am on a Sunday morning and drive…

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  • Jun182007

    The greatest game show on earth

    It’s nearly four months now since trip to south west Africa, and every day I remember a few of the…

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  • Mar272007

    More beautiful African birds

    Here are just a few more of the scores of species of birds we saw in south west Africa. The…

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  • Mar262007

    Beautiful African birds

    It’s no secret that I’m quite keen on birds. But I have so much to learn about the birds of…

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  • Mar082007

    Awesome African antelopes

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    Look out! This blog is dedicated entirely to antelopes. They all too frequently get IGNORED in wildlife programmes. Why is…

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  • Mar042007
    Cape fur seal noses

    My new favourite animal: the cape fur seal

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    The cape fur seal (Arctocephalus pusillus pusillus) is, in fact, as kind of sea lion, not a seal. But who…

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  • Mar022007

    Okavango flight

    The Okavango delta in northern Botswana seeped into my consciousness through watching wildlife programmes. It is much-loved by wildlife film-makers…

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