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Built-in Image stabilization is for the Birds

Built-in Image Stabilization is for the Birds When thinking of image stabilization, your first thought would jump to the latest GoPro action camera or better yet a drone that can lock on a subject in 3D space like something out of Total Recall.  I present to you now the Kestral, with the ability to see…

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Discover Wildlife of the Aphrodite nature trail

The Aphrodite nature trail is part of the Akamas Peninsula National Park in Cyprus. We took some cameras along for a 4.2 mile hike and this is what we encountered along the way. Enjoy! Ready to encounter wildlife on a hike of your own? Search Wildly app Explore Features Search Wildly Features Android App With…

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Wildly Nature Investigators (N.I.): Animal Tracks

Becoming a N.I. (Nature Investigator) can be very satisfying when strolling through the park or backpacking through the wilderness. Opening this (N.I.) door is actually quite simple if you know the basics. Join me monthly to learn something new that will help you discover different animals, plants, and insects in your own backyard. So, grab your hiking

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Cold Blooded Doesn’t Mean a Hert of Ice

It’s October in Alaska (USA), the weather is getting colder and you can only find shelter in a few piles of leaf litter in the subnivean zone (check out the Arctic cutaway below). Your body begins to slow down, your breathing becomes slower and slower. Just as you find the perfect spot to…

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Love Birds

Although Valentine’s Day has come and gone, I wanted to continue the love just a little bit longer. Love is something us humans cherish and long for daily, but we aren’t the only ones. Many animals find attraction and connection to mates just like us.

There are two forms of attraction and connection in the animal kingdom-polygamy and monogamy. Polygamy is the practice of having more than one mate while monogamy is having one pair of bonding between a male and female.1 Although true monogamy is actually rare in the animal kingdom some animals try their hardest. For example, the true heartthrobs and sweethearts themselves, birds. I want to acknowledge some of these romantics.

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Antifreeze in their Veins?!

Arctic conditions can be brutal for all of us. Just take the recent effects of the Polar vortex that ravished the better part the continental United States. On land, we are able to stay active or simply get out of the brutal conditions, this isn’t the case for many of the marine fish living the majority of…

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Speed Hunting

Oh the wonderful world of wildlife, here we have the “American” five-lined skink.  One of the more common tiny animals crawling around the terrestrial environment of the American middle to the east coast. Also known as the Blue-tailed skink or Red-Headed skink, because, you know both nature doesn’t like to follow one color scheme and us humans can’t make-up or minds on…

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