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1. Get the Right Cut from Perfect Hedge Trimmers
April 25, 2017

Hedge trimmer has become an integral part of the essential gardening tool and if you are a passionate gardener you will know their significance in defining the exterior boundaries of your home. They help in adding the element of privacy in your home while encouraging wildlife in your garden. So, if you are wondering how to mark the boundaries of your home, get a hedge trimmer that will give a perfectly cut and trimmed vegetation in your yard. You will be happy to know that a hedge boundary is often sturdier than traditional fences. Read this article to know more about hedge trimmer and how can... (read more)

Author: Mattis Bailey

2. An alternative way to search for bird watching tours
April 20, 2017

Blue Sky Wildlife is a unique ecotourism website offering birders and wildlife enthusiasts an alternative way to search for wildlife tours and ecotourism holidays, ranging from birds to butterflies and mammals to wildflowers. 65 established and award winning wildlife tour operators and companies are already listed on the site covering 36 countries and offering over 225 unique bird watching and wildlife tours. The number of listed tour operators is anticipated to grow to over 100 within the next 6 months. This unique website offers the flexibility to search for all kinds of wildlife ... (read more)

Author: Richard Goodchild

3. Amazingly Diverse Wildlife to Continue Seeing In Franz Josef Land
March 27, 2017

Here, John continues the story of what he got up to during his recent trip to Franz Josef Land, an archipelago in the Russian High Arctic. You can look forward to some Arctic wildlife viewing of your own when you book with us here at WILDFOOT – but first, John has more to tell you. Day 8 Wednesday. This morning, we landed on Champ Island, where there are numerous large spherical stones and some smaller ones, too – it seems that there used to be a lot more, but earlier explorers and visitors took them away as specimens and souvenirs. Nevertheless, the immovable big ones are impressive... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

4. Amongst the Wonderful Waters of Whistler
March 21, 2017

Whistler is a small mountain town in British Columbia, Canada. With exceptional views and abundant wildlife, as well as an array of outdoor adventures, it offers holiday-goers the perfect balance between activity and tranquillity. The Alpine Village of Whistler Home to the whistling furry marmots, Whistler is a charming village cosily tucked between the Whistler and the Blackcomb Mountains. With a great range of hiking and biking trails, as well as a variety of outdoor activities, it’s the perfect holiday destination for adventurous couples. When exploring the stunning scenery, soak... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

5. 3 New Bird Species Discovered in Africa
March 17, 2017

For keen wildlife watchers, well-organised professional bird tours provide the opportunity to travel to a host of exotic destinations around the world to experience sightings of rare and endemic avian species in their natural habitat. Anyone planning on joining one of the bird tours to Africa may be interested to learn of three newly documented species recently discovered in Ghana and the Republic of Congo. Three New Species An American research team working in Africa, headed by Dr Gary Voelker, confirmed the discovery in 2016 of three very similar birds that, while living in close ... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

6. Blue Sky Wildlife One Year On
March 17, 2017

Blue Sky Wildlife, a unique wildlife tours and ecotourism holidays listing website, was launched in collaboration with Tim Appleton MBE, co-founder of Birdfair, is celebrating its first anniversary since being launched on 1st February last year. ? This evolving website really offers something for all lovers of nature and wildlife. It has 60 established and award winning wildlife tour operators and companies already listed. These offer over 300 unique wildlife tours across 33 destinations worldwide.? Blue Sky Wildlife makes it very easy to get in touch with specialist wildlife tour op... (read more)

Author: Richard Goodchild

7. Hike and Hut Holiday: The Magical Mountain Huts of Meribel
March 13, 2017

In my humble opinion, the best family vacations involve getting out in nature and showing the little ones the beauty of the world. One of my favourite areas of outstanding natural beauty is around Méribel in the French Alps - the dramatic snow-capped mountains, thick woodland, crisp alpine air and abundance of wildlife make this a magical place that any family is sure to fall in love with. There are many great hiking routes through the mountains. The magnificent Vanoise National Park has some of the best of these and there are a number of cosy, picturesque and well-equipped mountain huts... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

8. Easy Steps for Maintaining Water Features in Your Garden
March 09, 2017

Gardening is an amazing way to keep yourself engaged and stay connected to nature. And according to avid gardeners, a beautiful lush green spot is only complete when you add a water feature to it. It can be a beautiful fountain or a luxurious pond. The tranquillity and serenity that a pretty water feature adds to any space are undeniable. Plus it is a great way to attract wildlife. It will also reduce the unwanted noise from the neighbourhood. Think of the calm mornings and relaxing evenings you can spend in front of it alone or with your family. But yes, the duty does not just end with just i... (read more)

Author: Mattis Bailey

9. ElephantSanctuaryThailand com Takes Major Steps for Saving Elephant Wildlife
March 07, 2017

Popular website - ElephantSanctuaryThailand.com gathers nearly all the various sanctuaries of an ethical nature for elephants in the Thailand on one platform. This is a major step taken by the team of ElephantSanctuaryThailand.com which will help the donator in finding the different elephant sanctuaries that are currently working for elephant wildlife in Thailand. With this effort, the different elephant sanctuaries of Thailand will have better chances of attracting the potential donators and also better chances of collecting the much-needed donations in a lesser time period. Currently, all... (read more)

Author: Dan Abelow

10. Look Out, Mergansers Passing Through
March 03, 2017

Daytime temperatures are starting to rise. Spring is returning to New England. Slowly but surely, the open water works its way back into the cove. As the ice line recedes, more and more water fowl start to visit again. This is certainly a great time on the lake, as hibernating species come back to life and many birds take flight starting their long migration north. One morning, as the fog clears, there are several pairs of common mergansers actively playing in the cove. Sure enough, two days later hooded mergansers join them. This time of year, both the common and hooded mergansers drop... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

11. Encounter the Magical Wildlife of Tasmania
February 23, 2017

For many people who visit Australia, wildlife is high on the list of motivations. Even compared to the rest of the country, nature lovers who visit the southern island state of Tasmania will discover a unique and very special place. Its magnificent accessible wilderness areas even sustain some species that are extinct (or close to it) on the mainland. With a spectacularly beautiful and diverse terrain, this relatively small island's landscape (encompassing 68,401km2) is for the most part protected, and ranges from the chilly altitudes of Mount Wellington, to windy Bruny Island, the Freyc... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

12. The Wonderful Wildlife of Bhutan
February 23, 2017

Beautiful, exotic and with an astoundingly diverse landscape, the Kingdom of Bhutan is a true frontier of the Himalayas – a staunchly independent country which, even today, is seldom-visited and remains shrouded in mystery. Framed by the glacial altitudes of the Himalayas, in more recent times this region has found favour with avid nature lovers, who come from all over the world to experience its vast array of endemic flora and fauna. Those who do venture to this tiny kingdom will find a destination with a truly unique ancient culture, and a terrain that encompasses unspoilt forests, rugg... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

13. Understanding the Birdwatchers' Code
February 23, 2017

Seasoned birdwatchers will have heard of the Birdwatchers' Code: a set of guidelines established to protect the interests of avian wildlife throughout the UK and abroad. However, new birders, or those heading off on organised bird holidays for the first time may not have. Following the etiquette of the code is not just good manners, sensitive to wildlife (and to other people) and ethical - it's common sense. An Overview of the Code 1. Do not disturb the birds or their habitat in any way. Wildlife comes first, always. Depending on the species, location of habitat and season, birds c... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

14. The Resplendent Quetzal - A Bird to Remember
February 23, 2017

South America is one of the most wildlife-rich continents on the planet; its incredibly diverse habitats support an abundance of plant and animal species, including more avian species than anywhere else in the world. Bird Tours to South America Specialised bird tours to any South American country provide an outstanding opportunity for amateur bird watchers, but for those who choose bird tours to Costa Rica or Guatemala, one of the highlights will be a sighting of the vibrant plumage of the Resplendent Quetzal. Resplendent in Every Way The national bird of Guatemala, the Re... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

15. Indian Adventure 8
February 19, 2017

Simon from WILDFOOT spent his summer enjoying a trip across India. He recorded his travels to give you an understanding of Indian culture, and we are serialising his adventure in a series of blog posts on the WILDFOOT blog. Today, Simon spends his night in Jaipur and learns more about the fascinating Bishnoi religious tribe. Part 8 As part of my Indian big cats adventure, I spend the night in Jaipur and enjoy an eventful evening at Manoj's family home. I experience a delicious authentic Indian evening meal with all of the family around the table. Harsh sits with me and discusses... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

16. One of the Most Desirable Retirement Destinations in Arizona
February 15, 2017

One of the advantages of buying one of the Pebble Creek homes for sale is the community’s location in the Phoenix metropolitan area in the town of Goodyear. Given its proximity to such a large urban metropolis, Pebble Creek is close to many fun activities that come with such a location and is certainly one of the reasons that it has earned a reputation as being one of the most desirable retirement destinations in Arizona. One of the more recognizable and popular places retirees can visit is the Wildlife World Zoo and Aquarium—only minutes from the community. The Wildlife World Zoo ... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

17. Where Do Turtles Go?
February 14, 2017

Where do turtles go once the cold weather returns and ice forms over the surface of the water? Do you know? There is something about turtles most of us adore. Kids love them and often have them for pets. There are at least 263 species of freshwater and terrestrial turtles. Most of these turtles spend a large amount of their time in water. Often, we can spot them surfacing at regular intervals to refill their lungs. All turtles and tortoises breathe air so they can stay under water, but for only a limited period. Turtles have a very long history. Some fossil findings over the last ... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

18. Fascinating Flamingo Facts
January 18, 2017

Flamingos are one of the most striking birds on the planet. Their signature pink-hued plumage, curved necks and long, elegant legs make them instantly recognisable. For wildlife lovers who head off on professional bird tours all over the world, the opportunity to encounter the inimitable flamingo is often a highlight. Belonging to the Phoenicopteridae family of waders, the name comes from the Spanish, meaning "flame coloured". Perhaps the most interesting fact about them is that their distinctive colour comes from the pigment (beta carotene) consumed in their staple diet of small, shrimpl... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

19. Three of Nature's Most Elusive Birds
January 18, 2017

While many of the more than 10,000 species and 21,000 sub-species of the world's birds are part of our everyday lives – some surviving in even the most built-up urban habitats – there are some that are so elusive that sightings of them in their natural habitat are extremely rare. Quite often, the only way anyone aside from scientists or researchers can encounter these rare avians is on professional bird watching holidays; this kind of dedicated wildlife travel is becoming more and more popular. Rare, Beautiful and Mysterious Bird watching holidays take participants to exotic locatio... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

20. Limpy the Mallard
January 08, 2017

Last spring a female mallard decided to turn our deck flower pot, tucked under an overhang, into her nursery. Nesting is a stressful and tiresome period for the female mallard, as she lays more than half her body weight in eggs. We counted 11 eggs in her clutch that were incubated for 28 days and then began hatching at 50-55 days. All but two successfully became little fuzzy yellow hatch-lings. Our mother mallard was remarkably patient during the nesting period, leaving only at dusk to meet her awaiting mate in our cove. Each evening they would swim off together and likely feed unti... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

21. Indian Adventure 2
January 04, 2017

Throughout the summer, WILDFOOT's Simon enjoyed an Indian adventure and kept a diary of his travels for you to read. Today, Simon continues his trip to the Sasan Gir Forest National Park. Part 2 After enjoying our morning safari, our guide takes us for a stroll outside Lion Safari Camp by the river. Amid overbearing midday heat, we enjoy a huge list of water birds and other species, spotting green bee-eater, pied kingfisher, black winged stilt and red wattled lapwing. The afternoon could not be a better follow on from this morning’s wild fest, as we observe white spotted fantail... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

22. Musky Rodent Happenings
December 27, 2016

Early one December morning while sipping my first coffee, I spotted a small dark shape struggling on our newly nearly frozen lake. After further observations, I discovered it was a muskrat attempting to make his way from the little island in front of my cove to the nearby shore. Every few steps the poor little fellow would sink through the ice and cling to the edge, struggling to make his way back up and out. Once back on his feet, off he would quickly scamper with long tail pointing to the heavens, until again back into the water he would go. This hurry up and sink dance repeated itself c... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

23. Why Must Sichuan, Be Your Next Holiday Destination?
December 19, 2016

One of the best places to embrace nature in China is the province of Sichuan, which is gaining popularity as a holiday destination. Apart from museums, national parks, and reserves, there are other attractions for tourists for saying "hi" to nature and wildlife. Consisting of multiple cities, Sichuan is one the main tourist spots in China. Read this article to know some of the main reasons behind visiting this province. Read On Best Place For Passionate Birders - Sichuan is one of the most exotic places where you can spot flocks of feathered beauties if you are visiting there with th... (read more)

Author: Alice Campbell

24. Eagle Islands
December 16, 2016

It was a clear, warm summer afternoon on Lake Chaubunagungamaug in Webster, Massachusetts. We were anchored in a quiet cove, playing a lively game of cribbage when I spotted a pair of eagles soaring high above us. It was as if they were playing a game of tag. Then suddenly one of the eagles headed straight down into the water and came back up with a big fish in its beak. He flew to a tall bushy pine tree nearby to enjoy his fresh catch. These are the special lake moments that many of us have come to look forward to in summer. Each spring at least one pair of bald eagles return to ne... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

25. Orangutans and Giraffes Among Most Vulnerable Species
December 15, 2016

Humanity is growing and wildlife is shrinking. The U.N. estimates that by 2050 the global population will increase to 9.6 billion. At the same time scientists and conservationists are fighting to preserve more than 16,000 threatened species of wildlife, from orangutans to giraffes. VOA's George Putic reports.... (read more)

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