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REVIEW: Ibis Styles Hotel, Chateau Landon Paris

Paris is known to be one of the most expensive cities for tourists – with soaring hotel prices and ridiculously-quick-selling-out rooms – but fear not my friends, as even those on a budget can find somewhere comfortable to stay and enjoy this wonderful city. 605 more words


A Florida Sunrise Safari

At seven in the morning, I jolted awake, feeling as if I had overslept. In reality, it was my day off work and the first day in a week that I had slept in past five. 673 more words

Weekend Wanderings: A Couple of Mornings in Banyule Flats

To start with I must make some apologies, WordPress have now changed it so you HAVE to use their new editor.  I really hate it, it is so small on my large screen and it is so hard to read the writing.   424 more words


straw-necked ibis

Straw-necked Ibis are pied ibis with long yellow plumes on their necks and black plumage on wings that are glossed with blue, purple and green iridescence. 38 more words


_75 To the cabin with Ana, Hommelvik to Drakstsjøen


Route map here

Ana came to stay for the weekend and some friends had organised a cabin trip to a cabin not that far from Trondheim so we decided to join them. 298 more words



This week I wasn’t happy when the clouds came over. But some stunning white birds flew past. I found it easier to photograph them against cloud, and without the sun shining on their wings. 7 more words

Kimberley Jane Pryor

Study: Australian Wetland Birds Flee Farther From Walkers Than Canoes

For this study, published in the journal Wetlands Ecology and Management, the researchers approached a variety of duck, grebe, egret, ibis and other bird species in wetlands along the the Darr and Thompson rivers until the birds fled. 222 more words

Dragonfly Environmental