The Gorgeous Bohemian Waxwing

The Bohemian Waxwing got it's name for the red waxy tips on mature feathers, and for it's bohemian behavior. These beautiful birds are very nomadic when following food sources and they're large flocking instinct...

The Scissor-tail Red-billed Streamertail

The enchanting Red-billed Streamertail or “Trochilus polytmus,” is also known as the doctor bird, scissor-tail or scissors tail hummingbird, is indigenous to Jamaica. The Red-billed Streamertail is most abundant and widespread member of the...
One of the world's rarest White Bird is Albino House Sparrow. Most White Wild Birds seen are leucistic, lacking pigment.

The Rarest White Bird Albino House Sparrow

One of the world's rarest White Bird is Albino House Sparrow.  Most White Wild Birds seen are leucistic, lacking pigment. They are extremely rare in themselves, but a true albino bird, with pink eyes...

Inca Tern ! The Magnificent Moustache Bird

Birds are beautiful creations of God, enticing human beings by vibrant colors. Every bird is special because of diverse attractions, colors, calls, tails, etc. Here we’re introducing you a unique bird which has Moustache....
It is commonly observed that nature is extremely strange, and naked eyes sometimes nonplus the human beings.

Pholisma Sonorae The Most Bizarre Wildflower

It is commonly observed that nature is extremely strange. The naked eyes sometimes nonplus the human beings. In North America, a flower Pholisma Sonorae is most bizarre wildflower normally known as sand food. Pholisma...

Raccoon (raccoons, coatis, ringtails)

Procyonids are medium-sized omnivores that range throughout much of North America. Raccoons, coatis, and ringtails feed on insects, small mammals, birds, lizards, and fruits. Ringtails are much smaller and slenderer than raccoons and consume...
They are rare or absent from continuous stands of pine forests in the southeast, moist conifer forests along the Pacific coast, and semiarid grasslands and deserts

The Beautiful Red Fox (Foxes and Coyotes)

Red Fox Facts Unlike the more social wolves, foxes and coyotes tend to hunt alone, although coyotes may hunt larger prey in pairs. Foxes and coyotes are primarily carnivorous, preying predominantly on small mammals. But...

Garden Visiting Green Finches

The Green Finches are the largest of a trio of British finches with partly green plumage (the others are the siskin and the rare serin). It is one of our more numerous birds, being...

Fruits – Nature’s Most Nutrient-Rich Foods

Fruits are undeniably one of nature's most nutrient-rich foods. They contain an extensive variety of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that help good health and prevent disease. Despite of the several benefits offered by fruits,...
The bullfrog's (Rana catesbeiana) natural range includes the eastern and central United States and southeastern Canada.

The Bullfrog (true frog family)

There are typical frogs with adults being truly amphibious. They tend to live at the edge of water bodies and enter the water to catch prey, flee danger, and spawn. The bullfrog's (Rana catesbeiana)...

Bioluminescent Forest

The projection mapping "bioluminescent forest" is made by artists Friedrich van Schoor and Tarek Mawad. The talented artists spent more then six weeks in the forest captivated by the silence. He captured natural occurrences...

Celery is Cheap to Buy and Fussy to Grow

Few gardeners try to grow celery because it is cheap to buy and fussy to grow. But it does taste good and fresh if you grow you're own, and frankly, traditional methods of growing...

The Short Tailed Shrew (shrews)

Most species are primarily vermivorous and insectivorous, but some also eat small birds and mammals. The northern short-tailed shrew (Blarina brevicauda) ranges throughout the north-central and northeastern United States and into southern Canada. Short Tailed Shrew...
The northern river otter (Lutra canadensis) historically lived in or near lakes, marshes, streams, and seashores throughout much of the North American continent.

The Northern River Otter (Lutra canadensis)

River Otter Facts Mustelids have long, slender bodies, short legs, and anal scent glands. Throughout the family, the male is usually larger than the female. The more terrestrial species of this family occupy various habitats and...

Decorate Home and Garden with Balloon Flower

Balloon Flower or Platycodon grandiflorus is a fine old fashioned plant with flower the shape of open bells, some single and some double, in colors that are never garish blue, pink or white. It...

World’s Oldest Individual Clonal Tree Discovered in Sweden

It is believed that trees are some of the longest living organisms on earth, and this disheveled spruce is no exception. The robust ancient 16-foot-tall Norwegian Clonal Tree grows high atop the Fulufjället Mountain...

How to Grow Best Flavors and Sweet Carrots

If you pull up a Queen Anne’s lace plant growing along the side of the road, you’ll find that it's root is a little white carrot. This wild carrot is the species from which...

Rare Multicolored Bird Attracts Crowds of Avian Enthusiasts

Well, nature is fully covered with beautiful things. No matter whatever things on planet earth, everything is beautiful and playing there role. Just like a particularly rare sightings of a male Painted Bunting in...
Nesting colonies of herring gulls along the northeastern coast of the United States are found primarily on sandy or rocky offshore or barrier beach islands.

The Herring Gull (Larus argentatus)

Herring Gull is medium-to-large-sized sea birds with long pointed wings, a stout, slightly hooked bill, and webbed feet. They are plentiful in temperate coastal areas and throughout the Great Lakes. Although these gulls habitually may...
The American woodcock (Scolopax minor) breeds from southern Canada to Louisiana throughout forested regions of the eastern half of North America.

American Woodcock (Scolopax minor)

This inland member of the sandpiper family has a stocky build, long bill, and short legs. However, their habitats and diet are distinct. Woodcock inhabit primarily woodlands and abandoned fields. Whereas snipe is found...

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