~ Little fox wandering around the railway road close to its nesting site. I took this shot at 3am in the middle of the summer when the sun doesn’t really set. That’s the best season to take fox portraits. 🦊
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Snuggled up with this little cherub [aka cuteness overloaded grandson] and it reminds how I was with my 3 bubs [now all taller than me]. It just seemed so natural to sleep with my babies. To cuddle, connect and bond with them while sleeping. It was so much easier for comfort and feeding times too. I know there is a lot of written info out there on not sleeping with your baby, but it's a personal choice. I was one of those mothers that I'm sure the midwives hated. You tried to take my baby to the nursery or in a crib, whilst in hospital...I literally went wild cat mode and claws out [nothing to do with the post birth hormones raging 😂] Baby was in bed with me from the get go. I even remember being heavily pregnant and a toddler sleeping somewhere next to me. I feel that bond we had as mumma and bubba has definitely connected us for life #earthmother#earthgoddess#grandmalife#love#unconditionallove#connect#baby#wellnessmummy#babylove#natural#tribal#humannature#mammals
Biggs Orcas at golden hour. This was the best time I’ve had this year; where the planning falls into place. Learning more and more each season, so next year I hope to have a more scientific bend on these shoots.
Repost from @thewanderingscholar
This July our Wandering Scholars will visit the Reserva Playa Tortuga (Costa Rican sea turtle reserve) during their travels in Costa Rica with @smithsoniansas. The Reserva Playa Tortuga is a non-profit biological research and education center formed in 2009 by community members (“citizen scientists”) and Costa Rican scientists. RPT aims to contribute to the fields of biological research and science based conservation management as well as fomenting a culture of environmental conservation in the areas influenced by the National Wetlands of the Terraba-Sierpe basin. 🐢🌴
Isla Garza 2009The main focuses of RPT over the past eight years has been to gain an understanding of the current state of key coastal environmental resources and to identify stakeholders in the coastal zone who are influenced by the Térraba-Sierpe wetlands.
RPT is committed to developing and implementing community-based real world projects and conservation management solutions, using the best research science and conservation management practices.
✨Learn more about Reserva Playa Tortuga on their website ➡️ http://reservaplayatortuga.org
Repost from @leinnesker
El objetivo principal de este estudio es recopilar información en tiempo real sobre los cocodrilos en el área de la Reserva: su distribución, su relación con el medio ambiente y el impacto humano sobre el ecosistema. Estamos haciendo un perfil inicial de la población, para ayudar a la conservación y el manejo de esta especie agregando nueva información sobre su estado actual en el Pacífico Sur de Costa Rica.
The main objective of this study is to collect real-time information about the Crocodilians at the Reserve area: their distribution, relationship with the environment, and the human impact on the ecosystem. We are doing an initial profile of the population, in order to help the conservation and management of this species by adding new information about its current status in the South Pacific of Costa Rica.
Les compartimos algunas fotos de lo que fue el IV Festival de Tortugas Marinas en Playa Ventanas. Si también estuviste ahí, compártelas con nosotros
Sharing some photos of what was the IV Festival de Tortugas Marinas in Playa Ventanas. If you were also there, share your photos with us.
🐢😍 Amazing video from / Increíble video de @mike.lavery "Last night I got one of the most amazing experiences of my life. Getting to watch a wild Olive Ridley sea turtle come ashore to lay her eggs, and being allowed to collect them. Such an intimate and really humbling moment. In two months time, the 109 eggs will begin to hatch and, shortly after, be released to the open ocean."
Repost from @littlesam411
Caiman and croc monitoring in the river showed up some babies as well as some very big adults