remember to stay hydrated!
remember to stay hydrated!
“Isn’t it amazing how every day can be an adventure?” Anne Shirley
Cougar On The Prowl
Texas Ocelots are a critically endangered species that is dear to my heart. Predator extermination programs drove them nearly extinct, and now the two small populations that we still have are being pushed further by habitat fragmentation– roads and towns with no corridors to pass through.
Save the ocelots.
These geese are my only friends
A Special Moment by hey its k What a treat to see Moose in Algonquin Park, but I never thought I would be so lucky to see them share this special moment. It was raining and there were was no one else in sight. My husband and I were so happy that we decided to walk the trail. https://flic.kr/p/2jXqAW8
Godric The goat is going as an orange this year. Godric ￼wonders￼ what other goats costumes are.
Godric the goat loves you all and hope you have a happy Halloween￼￼￼!
Deer. Roxborough Colorado State Park.
Do Not Disturb
Somewhere in Alberta
Lil random bois
Credit to the original artists
just rescued this iridescent wee babe from the jaws of death aka my asshole doberman, whose favorite pastime happens to be catching lizards and vomming them back up on my hardwood floors.
Woodblock fan print
24.1 x 24.8 cm (9.49 x 9.76 in.)
21/10/2020-Garden birds, autumnal trees, Lakeside and sky scenes
I seem to take so many garden bird pictures on rainy days, today was largely wet and the garden birds just seem to stand out in the otherwise dull scenes out the back on such days. Today I took the first and third pictures in this photoset of two Collared Doves in the rain and Violet one of the regular Feral Pigeons that comes into the garden who is a bit in moult of late. I took the second picture in this photoset of yet more autumnal leaves this time on one of the lovely young trees visible beside the house from my room. When I ventured out to Lakeside for what was a rainy lunch time walk I took the fourth and fifth pictures in this photoset of a wet yellow flower on the balcony and another autumnal tree I have enjoyed seeing a lot out the front on the way, the sixth of autumn leaves and berries at Lakeside and the seventh and eighth of another autumnal looking tree and another shaggy inkcap mushroom on the green which I have loved seeing out the front on the way back looking a bit unique to photos I’ve taken of them particularly the last couple of weeks and this autumn so far with a nice bit of white down the bottom. This afternoon and evening I took the ninth and tenth pictures in this photoset of a very nice sky scene and then another lovely sunset with the sun setting so much earlier these days and me being in my room before I go downstairs for the night so I am noticing them more but they are also looking very nice even today on a mostly dark one this one snuck through.
Wildlife Sightings Summary: The wet Lakeside walk was brightened up by me seeing one of my favourite birds the Green Woodpecker in trees beside the path west of the bowl area where I saw my first of the year flying on the sunny afternoon of 3rd January this year which was nice, it was also great to see Magpie in the back garden not one we often get which was interesting and one on the walk picking over the characteristic of this week fallen autumn leaves on grass, Pied Wagtail and hear one chirping a little too as I came out onto lunch which was great to see near the garden again today, I also saw, Jackdaw, Goldfinch, House Sparrow, Starling, Woodpigeon, Collared Dove and Feral Pigeon.