Wildlife Encounters by Incidental Naturalist

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Wildlife Encounters by Incidental Naturalist

Postby IncidentalNaturalist » Tue Jan 23, 2018 8:16 pm

Hi everyone!

I recently introduced myself to the Local Patch community with my January 18 blog post. I'll be posting a new article every month. I usually aim for the first Wednesday of the month. Please stop by and check-out my blog. I'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments sections.

To kick off this chain of blog posts I want to share a popular post from 2017 that was featured on WordPress Discover:

https://incidentalnaturalist.com/2017/0 ... ey-langur/

I am loving reading your blogs and have made some great connections already. It is wonderful to see so many people sharing creatures, great and small, with the world.

Happy blogging!
David
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Re: Wildlife Encounters by Incidental Naturalist

Postby IncidentalNaturalist » Wed Mar 07, 2018 2:58 pm

This month's blog post is about my encounters with the mighty Humpback Whales. Check out the article to learn a little about these fascinating creatures and their relationships with humans:

https://incidentalnaturalist.com/2018/0 ... ck-whales/

Please comment in the comment section on the article. I love to hear from fellow lovers of all things nature.

Best wishes
David
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Re: Wildlife Encounters by Incidental Naturalist

Postby IncidentalNaturalist » Tue Apr 03, 2018 6:35 pm

This is a special post for me. Published on my 3rd anniversary as a wildlife blogger I revisit the family of birds that started it all for me back in 2015; The Hummingbirds. This time I head to Panama to capture some stunning images:

https://incidentalnaturalist.com/2018/0 ... mingbirds/

Please join the conversation on the blog.
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