Chervil Herbs – Looks Like Parsley Even More Feathery

Chervil Herbs looks like parsley but is even more feathery. It has a very mild, subtle flavor that tastes like spring itself in a green salad, as long as you don’t overpower it with...

Northern Cardinal Songbird – Sing Variety of Melodies

The Northern Cardinal Songbird (Cardinalis cardinalis) is a beautiful North American bird in the genus Cardinalis. This is also famous as “colloquially” as the redbird or common cardinal. It can be found in the...

Black Sickle Bill ! The Bird of Paradise

The black sickle bill also called Epimachus fastosus is a big bird of heaven of mid-mountain forests of New Guinea. The lovely sicklebill's diet contains mostly of fruits and arthropods. The male of the...

Cashew Nuts – Strange Paradise Superfood

The cashew actually is a tree in the family Anacardiaceae which generates a seed that is harvested as the cashew nut. It's English name derives from the Portuguese name for the fruit of the...
CETTI’S WARBLER is large & skulking warbler of dense waterside undergrowth with broad, rounded tail and often slightly ‘untidy’ appearance.

6 Facts About Cetti’s Warbler

1. Identification CETTI’S WARBLER (Cettia cetti)is fairly large but very skulking warbler of dense waterside undergrowth with broad, rounded tail and often slightly ‘untidy’ appearance. The unstreamed dark reddish-brown above, with pale greyish-washed sides of...
The medium size Dusky Naumann’s Thrush adult male bird is dull dark brown above with blackish feather centers, giving the mottled appearance (with wear upperparts appear blacker).

Dusky Naumann’s Thrush (Turdus eunomus)

Identification Asian vagrant (breeds in Siberia central from eastwards). Recalls Redwing in structure, but substantially larger with stouter bill and relatively long tail. The two subspecies appear distinctly different in the field and are best...
Thyme (Thymum) was a symbol of life energy to the ancient Greeks, of spirit and bravery. "Tosmell of thyme" was an expression of praise, and athletes anointed their chests with thyme oils before games to promote courage.

Thyme – Symbol of Life Energy, Spirit and Bravery

Thyme (Thymum) was a symbol of life energy to the ancient Greeks, of spirit and bravery. "Tosmell of thyme" was an expression of praise, and athletes anointed their chests with thyme oils before games...
The Grand Prismatic Spring in the Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, gets its vivid hues from the heat-loving bacteria that live in its simmering core

Amazing Landscapes of Our Planet Earth

In the first look, you’ll hard to believe these landscapes really exist on earth. And while they don't make a specific good habitat for the majority of life, they do make for some rather...

Paradise Flycatcher “Terpsiphone viridis”

The Paradise Flycatcher “Terpsiphone viridis” is common over the south and east of southern Africa, and also occurs more sparsely in parts of the western interior. It ranges continuously from the Western Cape Province...

Health Benefits of Pomegranate

Pomegranate is a fruit that often forgotten by most of people when they buy there weekly groceries. This super delicious fruit contains tiny seeds is actually richly healthy and assist in preventing the onset...
It might seem like a trick of the light but it's in fact caused by a micro-organism. Above, Pink Beach on Padar Island in Indonesia's Komodo Flores

The Pink Beaches Around the World

The most liked sandy beaches and turquoise waters form a vision that will motivate travel bug in most people particularly when the weather cools. But though you might have imagined or see white or...
Bar-tailed Desert Lark

The Bar-tailed Desert Lark

Bar-tailed Desert Lark (Ammomanes cinctura) is like typical forms of Desert Lark, but smaller, with a slightly shorter tail, thinner legs, smaller and more domed head and shorter, weaker and more pointed bill. It...

Autumn Crimson Leaves Misty Mornings and Foraging Wildlife

Well, in spite of Britain's tarnished habit for confusing with its schizophrenic weather, it is now officially autumn. Therefore, several are still mourning the summer, plenteous of others regard these months as those that form...

Mesmerizing Photographs of Colorful Hummingbirds

Hummingbirds are famous for flapping they're wings exceptionally fast. They create a distinct hum and appear as a blur of feathers right before you're eyes. To look over the beauty of such a miniature...

World’s 27 Magical Paths Begging To Be Walked

In the human life, sometimes you feel very alone and wanted to walk on lonely Magical Paths or road. However, roads and paths permeate our literature, poetry, artwork, linguistic expressions and music. Hence, photographers...

Rafflesia ! One of Largest Flower in the World

Rafflesia is a genus of parasitic flowering plants. It contains about 28 species including 4 partly characterized species as recognized by Willem Meijer in 1997. This flower has been found in southeastern Asia, on...

Grass Green Tanager ! A Distinctive Small Passerine Bird

The striking Grass Green Tanager (Chlorornis riefferii) is a small passerine bird. This bird belongs to tanager family. This is beautifully distinctive and well-named bird and the only member of the genus Chloronis. The...

Song Sparrow Call

The Song Sparrow (Melospiza melodia) is generally of medium build, though its size varies substantially, ranging from as large as a California Towhee in the Aleutian Islands of  Alaska to as small as a ...

Sheer Beauty of Japanese Maple Bonsai

Well, you’ve to admire the majestic beauty of the Japanese Maple Bonsai. Without any doubt it is an amazing display qualities have Bonsai enthusiasts worldwide attempting to grow the very best Maples they can....

The Eye-Catching Leaden Flycatcher

The beautiful Leaden Flycatcher is a species of passerine bird in the family Monarchidae. The birds specs around 6 inches in length. While the male is a shiny lead-grey with white under parts. However,...

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