We’ve got a sensational harvest of new nature blogs this week with 12 outstanding additions to the Nature Blog Network. Birds and Ecosystem blogs are still most heavily represented with a welcome splash of Flora and Hiking flavor. I’m not going to play favorites here – check them all out!
Birding with Kenn and Kim – Kenn Kaufman is renowned for his ongoing contributions to birding and field observation. He’s a heck of a nice guy too. So you can believe that when the Kaufmans blog about birds, travel, natural history, conservation, education, and their rock band that you should be reading it!
Net Results – If Julie Craves is writing it, you can be sure I’m interested. This blog presents research and bird banding news from the Rouge River Bird Observatory at the University of Michigan-Dearborn.
Left Handed Birder – The Education Coordinator at Wild Birds Unlimited in Fort Collins shares stories and birding adventures from her backyard and beyond.
Nature Diary – The Nature Diary of Colonel Brandon offers a unique mix of British birdwatching, literature, and culture.
Scat! The scoop on Conservation Northwest – Conservation Northwest protects and connects wildlife and wild places from the WA coast to the BC coast,vital to wildlife and people. This fun blog provides the details.
Flint Hills, Tall Grass – If you don’t love a prairie, you’ve probably never visited one! This blog celebrates the Kansas Flint Hills and the tallgrass prairie they protect.
wild about wild – This Romanian blog is about living in the wild, in the middle of the Danube delta.
local ecologist – The name says it all: local (“pertaining to a place”) ecology (“house, dwelling place, habitation”) gist (“it consists in, it lies in” or “essence”)
My Father’s World – This Kentucky Christian conservationist records his observations of the natural world on his smallholding and the surrounding countryside.
FOTOSINTEZO Fotoblog – Fotosintezo in Esperanto means Photosynthese. This Photoblog was created for the promotion of the concepts of Fair trade, Multiculture, Nature and Esperanto through images and text.
HIKING & OUTDOORS
Timbuk2 & Tippy Canoe Adventure Blog – This high-octane blog out of Florida recounts outdoor adventures and shares videos and product reviews.
Flora of the Texas Rolling Plains – This north Texas blog shares botanical natural history along with what’s in flower or otherwise interesting with images and commentary.