This blog has no real purpose. Posts are of things I like, and photos I've taken.

17th August 2014

Photo reblogged from OwlTree with 329 notes

owlsday:

Snowy Owl by Aaron on Flickr 

owlsday:

Snowy Owl by Aaron on Flickr 

12th August 2014

Photo reblogged from hello with 29,864 notes

animalssittingoncapybaras:

Every breath you take, every roll you make, I’ll be perched on you.

animalssittingoncapybaras:

Every breath you take, every roll you make, I’ll be perched on you.

Source: youtube.com

4th August 2014

Photo reblogged from BIRDS AND BIRD ACCESSORIES with 1,461 notes

becausebirds:

theraptorcage:

Northern Hawk Owl

Owl Throne.

becausebirds:

theraptorcage:

Northern Hawk Owl

Owl Throne.

Source: fineartamerica.com

3rd August 2014

Post reblogged from hello with 433,310 notes

thisisradioactive:

When you make a reference and someone actually gets it

image

Source: thisisradioactive

3rd August 2014

Photo reblogged from BIRDS AND BIRD ACCESSORIES with 226 notes

featheroftheowl:

Great Horned Owl by Martine Sansoucy

featheroftheowl:

Great Horned Owl by Martine Sansoucy

Source: 500px.com

1st August 2014

Photo reblogged from Peregrine Falcons with 9 notes

peregrine-falcons:

deakin-environment:

Hard to choose just one great wildlife photo, but for me it was difficult to go past this Peregrine falcon photo I took last year. I volunteered to help band chicks for two days, and while the chicks were being collected off the side of sheer cliffs, I stayed safe and was presented with great opportunities for in flight photos of the adults. In this particular photo, a female has finished one dive-bomb (onto the person collecting the chicks), and is banking to reposition herself for another dive! I love this photo as it shows how aerodynamic these birds are, and shows the intensity in her eyes of her commitment to protecting her chicks.
Nick Bradsworth - 2nd/3rd year Wildlife and Conservation Biology student.

What a stunning capture!

peregrine-falcons:

deakin-environment:

Hard to choose just one great wildlife photo, but for me it was difficult to go past this Peregrine falcon photo I took last year. I volunteered to help band chicks for two days, and while the chicks were being collected off the side of sheer cliffs, I stayed safe and was presented with great opportunities for in flight photos of the adults. In this particular photo, a female has finished one dive-bomb (onto the person collecting the chicks), and is banking to reposition herself for another dive! I love this photo as it shows how aerodynamic these birds are, and shows the intensity in her eyes of her commitment to protecting her chicks.

Nick Bradsworth - 2nd/3rd year Wildlife and Conservation Biology student.

What a stunning capture!

Tagged: nbphotosmine

Source: deakin-environment

1st August 2014

Photo reblogged from hello with 248,716 notes

Source: awwww-cute

28th July 2014

Photo reblogged from birds of a feather with 732 notes

fairy-wren:

(via 500px / Eye Contact by Yves Adams)
*Magpie and White-Tailed Eagle

fairy-wren:

(via 500px / Eye Contact by Yves Adams)
*Magpie and White-Tailed Eagle

22nd July 2014

Video reblogged from hello with 256,895 notes

orchid-breath:

124:

there isnt a single part of this vine i dont like

oH mYGOD

Source: weloveshortvideos.com

16th July 2014

Photo reblogged from hello with 504,194 notes

sagegalo:

avianawareness:

THEY JUST KEEP GETTING BETTER

This is the best one I’ve ever seen!!

sagegalo:

avianawareness:

THEY JUST KEEP GETTING BETTER

This is the best one I’ve ever seen!!

Source: avianawareness

12th July 2014

Photoset reblogged from BIRDS AND BIRD ACCESSORIES with 731 notes

becausebirds:

Diana Beltrán Herrera has been creating these amazing paper bird sculptures for the past few years. Do you know the names of any of these birds?

See more of her work on her website

Source: becausebirds

9th July 2014

Photoset reblogged from hello with 621,939 notes

Source: sirmichaelscott