Plenty of birds can be seen at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Singapore. This one is the Great Egret (Ardea alba), seen striding through the water on 3 March, 2019.
Local Status: Uncommon migrant
On iNaturalist [ https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/20905988 ]
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Latest musical discovery: Veldwerck
Bird choir plus blackmetal drums (!!)
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Two weeks ago, we helped rescue an injured juvenile swan, which led to the incredible picture below.
Yesterday, the local bird shelter told us that the bird had died not long after the ambulance brought it there. It had probably been hit by traffic and its sternum was broken.
RIP young swan
this was legit the most breathtaking moment of the expedition for me. this coral is estimated to be thousands of years old like wutttttt
the seasoned scientists and engineers on the ship were all like "bruh thats the biggest one weve ever seen" and thats how you know its legit.
also there is over 120 hours of video from this expedition so im glad they got this clip. i vividly remember being in the control room for this.
About 3am New Year's Day, a man in a town some 50km away shot a flare from his back garden in lieu of a firework. The fire drifted towards the mountain, landed in the dry summer grass, and started a fire that's still burning today and has traveled to a point on the mountain about 3km away from our town. Along the way, it's burned through a national botanical reserve.
We went for a walk this evening, and drove past the beach at sunset, with the smoke blowing in front of the sun. #photography
I wish #Goodreads had a feature that helps you find users with comparable taste.
TIL The Emperor's Naked Army Marches On is available on YT:
From last night, the Rosette Nebula. Only luminance. Total of 9 minutes integration. #astrophoto
Image from page 230 of "Annual report of the Secretary of the State Board of Agriculture of the State of Michigan .." (1862-)