En vinterdag i Stavanger

av Endre Harvold Kvangraven, stipendiat i miljøhumaniora, Universitetet i Stavanger Click here for English Jeg har kommet til Stavanger for å forske på forholdet mellom mennesker og fugler i nordisk litteratur på 2000-tallet, og en av de første dagene går jeg ut for å kikke på det lokale fuglelivet. Det er tidlig på ettermiddagen, iContinue reading “En vinterdag i Stavanger”

A winter’s day in Stavanger

by Endre Harvold Kvangraven, PhD researcher in environmental humanities, University of Stavanger Klikk her til å lese på norsk I’ve come to Stavanger to study relations between humans and birds in Nordic literature from the 2000s, and on one of my first days I go out to have a look at the local bird life.Continue reading “A winter’s day in Stavanger”

Vrouwelijke vogelaars, bestonden die wel?

Door Caspar Beckers, Junior Onderzoeker bij Center Connecting Humans and Nature, Instituut voor Science in Society, Radboud Universiteit Click here to read in English Voor veel mensen is de wereld van vogelaars een mannenwereld. Gewapend met hun kijkers gaan ze er voor dag en dauw op uit om vogels te spotten. Maar in dit gezelschapContinue reading “Vrouwelijke vogelaars, bestonden die wel?”

Female ornithologists in the Netherlands

By Caspar Beckers, Junior Researcher at the Center Connecting Humans and Nature, Institute for Science in Society, Radboud University Klik hier voor de Nederlandse versie The world of (amateur-)ornithology feels like it was and is a man’s world. Men armed with binoculars follow birds wherever they can find them. This is no different for ornithologyContinue reading “Female ornithologists in the Netherlands”

Why do I photograph birds?

by Karoline Holmboe Høibo, Faculty of Arts and Education, University of Stavanger Klikk her til å lese på norsk When the alarm clock rings at three in the morning, because I am planning to enjoy a beautiful dawn, I often ask myself: why do I photograph birds? It’s the same when I crawl out ofContinue reading “Why do I photograph birds?”

Hvorfor fotograferer jeg fugler?

av Karoline Holmboe Høibo, Fakultet for utdanningsvitenskap og humaniora, Universitetet i Stavanger Click here to read in English Når vekkeklokka ringer klokka tre om natta fordi jeg har hatt ambisjoner om å få med meg det vakre morgenlyset, har jeg ofte stilt meg spørsmålet: Hvorfor fotograferer jeg fugler? Like så når jeg kald, stiv ogContinue reading “Hvorfor fotograferer jeg fugler?”

Mid-January Waterbirds

By Dr Elle-Mari Talivee, Under and Tuglas Literature Centre of the Estonian Academy of Sciences Eestikeelse postituse lugemiseks vajuta siia My favourite time for bird counting is in the middle of winter by the seaside. I became interested in ornithology when I was a schoolgirl. Since the 1990s, I have spent one weekend almost everyContinue reading “Mid-January Waterbirds”

Talvituvate veelindude jälil

Elle-Mari Talivee, Eesti Teaduste Akadeemia Underi ja Tuglase Kirjanduskeskuse vanemteadur, PhD Click here to read this post in English Linnuloendustest kuulub minu lemmikute hulka kesktalvine merelindude loendus. Hakkasin hobiornitoloogiaga tegelema koolipõlves ja 1990. aastate keskpaigast olen peaaegu igal talvel veetnud ühe jaanuarikuu nädalavahetuse Hiiumaal, võttes osa rahvusvahelisest talvituvate veelindude loendusest. Linnuloendusena on see igatahes väärikasContinue reading “Talvituvate veelindude jälil”

Extremadura: un paraíso de la observación de aves en el sudoeste de España

Por Diana Villanueva Romero, Profesora Contratada Doctora, Universidad de Extremadura Click here to read in English El lugar en el que vivo, Cáceres, es un destino turístico muy popular entre aquellos deseosos de apartarse de las rutas conocidas. En 2005 apareció en la edición online británica del National Geographic que sobre todo prestó atención aContinue reading “Extremadura: un paraíso de la observación de aves en el sudoeste de España”

Extremadura: A birding paradise in the southwest of Spain

By Diana Villanueva-Romero, Associate Professor (Profesora Contratada Doctora), University of Extremadura Pulse aquí para leerlo en español The place where I live, Cáceres, is well known as a tourist site to those wanting to travel off the beaten path. In 2015, it was featured in the British online edition of National Geographic which mostly paidContinue reading “Extremadura: A birding paradise in the southwest of Spain”

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