Entries by Emanuele Biggi

Namibia and Etosha, photographic tour 2016

Led by Emanuele Biggi, naturalist and professional wildlife photographer With the local guide Phillip Conradie (Africa Windows)   Departing June 3rd, return June 17th 2016  (14 days plus flights) A really complete naturalistic and photographic trip for a small group of people (max 10 people). We’ll visit some of the most amazing zones of the Namib desert, inhabited […]

PERU Photo Tour 2016

Led by professional naturalists and photographers Emanuele Biggi and Alessandro Catenazzi With the support of ACCA (Asociación para la Conservación de la Cuenca Amazónica) Departure 24th June and return home on 9th July To register to the trip:  ebiggi@anura.it  (NOTE: registrations end at the end of April 2016) A journey to discover the natural and photographic fauna and flora and […]

New armor for the night’s knights

Even the “strongest” predators, armed with powerful venom and fast moves can pass thought delicate times. That’s the case of the molting period, during which some of these animals must change their external skeleton (called exoskeleton) in order to grow.

Mors tua, vita mea

Welcome to the (city) jungle one would sing by witnessing such behavior of a yellow-legged gull (Larus michaellis) preying and eating a feral pigeon (Columba livia). We’re used to see raptors or peregrine falcons preying even inside big cities, but there are many reports of gulls eating other smaller birds and it’s not an uncommon sight indeed. […]