Noushka has been out with the owls again, and she's come up with more splendid Short-eared Owl images. you can find them here. Here's a taster.
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!
Sunday, 1 September 2013
Sunday, 23 June 2013
Andrew Duncalf recently introduced himself to me. He is fairly dedicated to owls (to put it mildly), and has an extremely interesting blog entitled Mid Cheshire Barn Owls. Please take a look by clicking on the link - I'm sure you will return after you do! In the meantime, here is one of Andrew's images to be going on with.
Tuesday, 21 May 2013
Wednesday, 8 May 2013
For some time now I've been admiring the photography and artistic skills of Noushka (at Noushka's request, I have removed her surname), currently living in south-west France. Noushka's wildlife photography (mainly of birds) is stunning. It has an illustrative quality about it, showing an amazing level of detail - just look and you'll understand what I mean!
It seemed, therefore, appropriate to use a recent post of hers, the subject of which was Long-eared Owls, as the basis of a recent decision to try and revitalise the Owler's Blog Network (which I've totally neglected for many months!).
A sample of Noushka's work is given below, but you can find the full post on her blog at http://1000-pattes.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/le-hibou-moyen-duc-asio-otus.html.
Please do take time to look at Noushka's other posts, even if they are not about owls!!