Finally, a blog carnival that brings some traffic to the participants. Carnival of the Blue is published once every month. I participated for the first time with my blog, being one of the many carnivals I submitted to recently. This issue is hosted by Monterey Bay Aquarium, which I suspect get quite a bit of traffic.
My posts have gotten many hits from this carnival. I have not even promoted it myself yet.
There are 25 quality postings in this issue. I am amazed to the quality and will come back and read more of them later. Check this one for example: Sharks are mean, but doplhins are cute, right?. Particularly, read the long interesting discussion afterwards. Now jump over to read all the other stuff on Carnival of the blue 24.
A few months ago I wrote a blog post about the director Alex Karpovsky and his feature film Woodpecker. I missed that film which seemingly mostly only showed on film-festivals. It is likely that this new documentary Ghost Bird will also have the same sort of viewing history. The world premiere is on the Hot Docs Documentary Film Festival in Toronto tomorrow night.
Here is the trailer:
Ghost Bird – documentary film about the Ivory-billed Woodpecker
More information about the film can be found on https://ghostbirdmovie.com/
Thanks to Zenbirdfeeder for posting a tweet about the film. Later I saw that she had also posted on her blog. Well, well. How many newspapers around the world do not cover the same story headline story? Shouldn’t upset anyone if two bird bloggers deal with the same topic.