Five-Years Ago (05-April-2016) — Atlantic Ocean

Viewed from the deck of the MV World Odyssey: Northern Gannet, Royal Tern, and Eurasian Collared-Dove. The Dove was a stowaway that we probably picked up while docked in Ghana. My eBird Checklist. My eBird Checklist. My eBird Checklist.


Viewed from the deck of the MV World Odyssey. Images taken with a Nikon N1V3 camera and 70-300 mm VR lens. Individual images in the slideshow are available in my PhotoShelter Gallery.

Thirteen-Years Ago (05-April-2008) — Louisiana

Gone to See America 2008 Driving Tour. Springtime in New Orleans

Afternoon walkabout along the Mississippi River: Laughing Gull. My eBird Checklist.


Afternoon walkabout along the Mississippi River in New Orleans. Image taken with a Nikon D300 camera and 18-200 mm lens. Individual images in the slideshow are available in my PhotoShelter Gallery.

Five-Years Ago (28-March-2016) — Ghana

Gone to See the World. Semester at Sea Spring 2016 Voyage on the MV World Odyssey. Day 83: Takoradi, Ghana

Viewed from the deck of the MV World Odyssey while docked in Takoradi: Pied Crow. My eBird Checklist


Pied Crow viewed from the deck of the MV World Odyssey. Individual images in the slideshow are available in my PhotoShelter Gallery.

Five-Years Ago (20-March-2016) — South Africa

Gone to See the World. Semester at Sea Spring 2016 Voyage on the MV World Odyssey. Day 75: Western Cape, South Africa Field Trip

Afternoon walkabout at Boulders Beach in Simon’s Town, South Africa: African Penguin. My eBird Checklist


African Penguin colony at Boulders Beach. Images taken with a Leica T camera and 55-135 mm lens. Individual images in the slideshow are available in my PhotoShelter Gallery.

Five-Years Ago (19-March-2016) — Zimbabwe

Gone to See the World. Semester at Sea Spring 2016 Voyage on the MV World Odyssey. Day 74: The Kingdom Hotel, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Morning walkabout at the Kingdom Hotel: Black-collared Barbet My eBird Checklist

Black-collared Barbete. (David J Mathre)
Black-collared Barbet at The Kingdom resort. Image taken with a Nikon 1 V3 camera and 70-300 mm VR lens. (David J Mathre)