Identification

Having had the opportunity to (humbly) collaborate in the making of this extraordinary book, for what I am happy and grateful, I thought it would be nice to give it a quick review. Now, All the Birds of the World is already a commercial success (and will be for a long time, I’m sure), and thousands of people have it in their homes at this point...
Having had the opportunity to (humbly) collaborate in the making of this extraordinary book, for what I am happy and grateful, I thought it would be nice to give it a quick review. Now, All the Birds of the World is already a commercial success (and will be for a long time, I’m sure), and thousands of people have it in their homes at this point...
20 Mar 2021

All the Birds of the World: A quick review

Having had the opportunity to (humbly) collaborate in the making of this extraordinary book, for what I am happy and…

Open country is lark country. Leaving aside the most densely forested regions and strict wetlands, the Alaudidae family is likely to have some representatives pretty much everywhere. Usually, though, the best places to look for larks are also home to other birds, more "spectacular" and colourful birds, that understandably take much of birder's attention.
Open country is lark country. Leaving aside the most densely forested regions and strict wetlands, the Alaudidae family is likely to have some representatives pretty much everywhere. Usually, though, the best places to look for larks are also home to other birds, more "spectacular" and colourful birds, that understandably take much of birder's attention.
01 Aug 2018

Lark Land

Open country is lark country. Leaving aside the most densely forested regions and strict wetlands, the Alaudidae family is likely…

Woodpeckers in Europe tend to be quite shy, I'd say more than their relatives in North America. In Iberia, all seven species present –counting Wryneck–  keep themselves concealed on tree tops most of the time, and it takes patience to be able to get good views of them. When they show up, they don't stay exposed in the open for a long time.
Woodpeckers in Europe tend to be quite shy, I'd say more than their relatives in North America. In Iberia, all seven species present –counting Wryneck– keep themselves concealed on tree tops most of the time, and it takes patience to be able to get good views of them. When they show up, they don't stay exposed in the open for a long time.
23 Mar 2018

Iberian Green Woodpecker and more

Woodpeckers in Europe tend to be quite shy, I’d say more than their relatives in North America. In Iberia, all…