Celebrating Nature on 7 Continents: Australia, part 2 Like many before her, Kirsten Hines was charmed by her encounters with the quokka, a small marsupial living in the safety of its island home off the coast of Western Australia.
Always a scientist with an eye to detail, Kirsten shares her observations of the BowerBird's nesting and mating behavior in the Bunya mountains of Australia.
Marilyn Jones shares with us some of the most unusual birds in the world; she visited them while on an AdventureSmith Galapagos cruise.
Some great photos of a pair of great crested grebes in the U.K.
Sigmund-Thun Gorge, Kaprun, Austria is a picturesque valley carved by a glacier thousands of years ago,
A beautiful Western Collared Lizard is spotted sunning itself on a rock near Tucson.
Sarcee provides our Pic of the Day, a tranquil sunset scene from Eastern Canada.
We return to the UAE, where Kirsten Hines catches the first European bee-eaters to arrive on their migratory journey.
For our second tale from Asia, we move to the rural village of Khichan in India where Demoiselle Cranes come to feed on grain.
Some images of inverted (Upside-Down) jellyfish from the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
Palm Desert's LIVING DESERT offers a place to see several desert ecosystems, as well as an interesting assortment of animals from the Americas and Africa.
Denmark's second-largest city is plagued with growing flocks of raucous seagulls, and so far, attempts to drive them away have failed.
This week we move from Africa to the United Arab Emirates, where a close encounter with some serious antlers taught me a healthy respect for Arabian Oryx.
DantheWanderer shares a memorable New Zealand walk -- five days on the beautiful Queen Charlotte Track.
Shades of Peter Rabbit! Ian Cook shares some photos of bunnies living in the shadow of Warkworth Castle.