Category Archives: birds
Jan, 1st, El Bejenado, La Palma. Impressive views of the island can be observed while climbing to the top of this volcanic cone (1854 m). On transparent days, the neighbouring islands of Tenerife and La Gomera are clearly visible to … Continue reading
February 2013. The island of La Palma (Canary Islands, Spain) is not really the best place for birdwatching or bird photography. Birds are not abundant… you’ll see an occasional preybird, some crows, some very small singing-birds and that’s about it…. But … Continue reading
Nov, 16th (and May, 5th), South of Brussels. A new project arose while walking along the old banks of this formerly navigable river hosting a small and pretty natural world….
This French wildlife reserve is indeed a wonderful place to observe and photograph birds. I found some pictures I’ve shot on may 1st, 2011 I would like to share ….
To all our readers: A stay of several weeks on the Canary island of La Palma for some great landscape photography did not make us forget the most memorable event of the year: the encounters we had with the vultures of the Sierra de Guara in … Continue reading
June 18th, in the province of Huesca. Our second experience with the vultures being fed. Skies are extremely clear. However a black cloud arrives from the North: there they are! Descending, landing, walking, stumbling, the griffon vultures gather around and wait patiently … Continue reading