Welcome to the new Owlers' Blog Network (OBN).
The intention is, primarily, to unite those persons who already have an interest in owls, and who have a blog which has a significant owl-related content, in order that they can easily share their interest and experiences, and build up a sense of camaraderie.
It is also hoped that those who are just developing an interest in owls will be inspired by the links to the blogs of people who are already passionate about these wonderful birds, and join our ranks!
If you have a blog with a strong owl content and would like to become part of this network, please e-mail me at email@example.com with the URL of your blog. All I ask is that, in return, you add a 'gadget' link to the OBN from your blog using the HTML code that you will be supplied with.
If you have any information which you feel that owlers in general could benefit from, such as a valuable resource for information, or a warning about a developing situation, etc. please submit it to the OBN administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have found this site to be at all interesting/useful, it would be much appreciated if you would show your support by becoming a 'follower'. That way, you'll also see when a new owler joins the network, or if we publicise a new owling resource.
Thank you for visiting, and happy owling!
Monday, 5 September 2011
Welcome to OBN's Second Member
A very warm welcome to 'Owls & Others of Essex & Beyond' - not to be confused with Essex in UK, this is the blog of Phil Brown of Essex, Massachusetts, USA. Phil is a very accomplished wildlife photographer, and focuses mainly on birds, with his real passion being owls. However, in Phil's part of the world, owls are somewhat seasonal, being primarily a bird of late autumn ('fall' in US parlance), winter, and early spring, so Phil's owl posts are a little thin on the ground at the moment. We can look forward to more of Phil's splendid posts on owls in the not too distant future!