How much does nature endure?

Argentina was a whaling country, a wolfhound and will now be a “guanaco hunter”. Using bugs and forests to move the human economic wheel is an old idea. Between the eighteenth and mid-twentieth centuries, boats loaded with hands, sticks and harpoons descended from the north, towards the southern seas; They came back up with furs […]

Peninsula Valdes in Argentine Patagonia – Killer whales Season

Killer whales is a beautiful spectacle in the province of Chubut and is already in full swing the first season of the year. In patagonia are 2 seasons of killer whales throughout the year; One between March and April in Punta Norte and the other between October and November in Caleta Valdés.   Killer whales […]

Facts About Antarctica

Most people know very little about Antarctica, so the good people at Factslides  gathered some cool facts about the continent, most of which will probably leave you speechless. Items 1 –  Antarctica is the largest desert in the world. 2 – Antarctica is the only continent without reptiles. 3 – The coldest place on Earth […]

Puppies

“Whoever said you can’t buy happiness forgot little puppies.”  ~ Gene Hill It´s always a joy to watch puppies at play.   Puppies are so cute, especially when they are clumsy, awkward and fall asleep in the middle of doing something!  It´s great to see their little personalities coming out. DELIGHTFUL! [Image credit: here] Brighten your day: Indulge yourself in some Puppy Therapy right now!

Orcas in Peninsula Valdes, Argentina

At this time of year come Orcas in Peninsula Valdez. I had the opportunity to visit Puerto Madryn and the surrounding area, and is a lovely place. The author of this video is Charly. Who knew in the summer. A cameraman and photographer, who is an expert on the fauna and geography of the Peninsula […]

When the pink brush appear in Calafate

Flamingos are very social birds that live in colonies that can number in the thousands, so we know in large lake Africa or America. However, in Calafate colonies can not be counted by thousands but by tens. But the colors stand out against the gray of the mountains, the sky blue and dark blue of […]

Image: Red Salmon Spawning

Kamchatka contains probably the world’s greatest diversity of salmonid fish, including all six species of anadromous Pacific salmon (chinook, chum, coho, seema, pink, and sockeye). Biologists estimate that a sixth to a quarter of all Pacific salmon originates in Kamchatka. Kuril Lake is recognized as the biggest spawning-ground for sockeye in Eurasia. In response to […]

Tulips

Tulipa, commonly called tulip, is a genus of about 150 species of bulbous flowering plants in the family Liliaceae. The native range of the species includes southern Europe, north Africa, and Asia from Anatolia and Iran in the west to northeast of China. The centre of diversity of the genus is in the Pamir and […]