Guardian Nature School Team Contact Blog Project Noah Facebook Project Noah Twitter

A worldwide community photographing and learning about wildlife

Join Project Noah!
nature school apple icon

Project Noah Nature School visit nature school



23 year old life-long wildlife enthusiast and amateur photographer focusing on Reptiles & Amphibians


Sign In to follow


HemantKumar Atul Sergio Monteiro MikeVanValen
Josh Asel Machi drew93 GeoffreyPalmer
TylerGraden Long-tailed Widowbird
Long-tailed Widowbird commented on by TylerGraden Phumelela Local Municipality, Free State, South Africa10 years ago

Awesome series, and beautiful bird. Congratulations on 1500 spottings! I'm getting ready to hit 200 - I'll join the 1500 club one day.. It might just take another year or two, haha.

TylerGraden Barbary macaque
Barbary macaque commented on by TylerGraden Gibraltar10 years ago

AMAZING picture.

TylerGraden Eastern Bluebird
Eastern Bluebird commented on by TylerGraden Texas, USA10 years ago

These little guys (along with Hooded Mergansers) have been my arch-rival for the past year - I just never seem to be able to get a good picture of them. Nice shots.

TylerGraden Turkey Vulture
Turkey Vulture commented on by TylerGraden Texas, USA10 years ago

Great Picture. As common and "boring" as these birds are, they're pretty interesting if you give them a chance. I believe it's a Turkey Vulture though, as LindaKing pointed out.

TylerGraden Ocellated Turkey
Ocellated Turkey commented on by TylerGraden Petén, Guatemala10 years ago

Great pictures.

TylerGraden Silverfish
Silverfish commented on by TylerGraden Iloilo City, City Proper, Philippines10 years ago

Very good information. I've always wondered what exactly these little guys do - Thanks for sharing.

TylerGraden Dunlin (non breeding plumage)
Dunlin (non breeding plumage) commented on by TylerGraden Delaware, USA10 years ago

Thanks for the ID, Tom.

TylerGraden American Black Duck x Mallard hybrid
American Black Duck x Mallard hybrid commented on by TylerGraden Delaware, USA10 years ago

Yeah, from what I've read they're pretty common but this was my first time seeing one. He was one of the only ducks out in a refuge that usually has thousands of birds in the water - it was very cold out.

TylerGraden Eastern Indigo
Eastern Indigo commented on by TylerGraden Florida, USA10 years ago

You struck gold with that one man. I'll be moving to Florida in a year or two - I'll be keeping my fingers crossed hoping to see one of these guys, but finding one as impressive as this is going to complicate matters even more. Congratulations on the find, and good pictures to document it too.

TylerGraden Eurasian Coot
Eurasian Coot commented on by TylerGraden India10 years ago

Amazing pictures, and video too. I never knew they fed their babies like that - very impressive. Do the young of this species have the ability to forage, or do they depend on their parents for food at that age? All of the young waterfowl species I've seen are much too hyper and impatient; they'd be pecking every grain in sight while waiting to be fed by the parent.

p.s. - Those little guys have some BIG feet, haha.

Noah Guardians
Noah Sponsors
join Project Noah Team

Join the Project Noah Team