Throwback Thursday Notes from the Field post by Sheri Williamson: “Ocelots in the Sky Islands” http://bit.ly/19z3onB
If you like getting outdoors check out Yonder the new app we are working on. Whether hiking, skiing, climbing or surfing, Yonder connects people with great outdoor experiences. Coming soon! http://bit.ly/17yqknA
Spring is here! Download Audubon Wildflowers to explore the beauty in your backyard. Photo: Harebell (Campanula rotundifolia) Not seen until June but can be found throughout much of North America, except southeastern United States.
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The American #Bison is the largest terrestrial animal in North America. These photos were taken by David Tyler in Yellowstone last summer. Learn more: http://bit.ly/XaYTNm
Happy April Fools’ Day! The Northern Mockingbird can make a fool out of anyone by spending hours giving amazing imitations of other species. The songs of 36 other species were recognized from the recording of one mockingbird in Massachusetts. Learn more about this bird & more on NatureShare: http://bit.ly/127w1WA
In Today’s Notes from the Field Post Gene & his dog Buddy are camping in Big Bend National Park, but they are not alone. Click to read: http://bit.ly/ZolItx
To celebrate The Crossley ID Guide by Richard Crossley Raptor edition Josh Haas has written a post “Reenergizing the Red-tailed Hawk”. Check it out and learn how you can win the Ultimate Crossley ID Guide Sweepstakes! See more of Josh’s work here.
Notes from the Field post by Gene Walz: “I’ve never considered Horned Larks the true harbingers of spring…But I like to celebrate their hardy appearance. http://bit.ly/WAYhAo