Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by Happygirl21, Jun 11, 2020.
One of many dragonflies that stopped by to say "Hi" at the lake yesterday.
Shortly after we went to work from home last year, I was working one morning when I heard a noise out on the patio. Looking out, I found I had a visitor.
Saw this fella right before my morning hike in Banff.
Live in suburb sw of Seattle, so nothing like yours. Just ferel rabbits running around. Why keep one or two for pets when you can help populate the neighborhood with a hundred. At least they help on some of the weeds!
Tame I know. Just got home from golf and was saved by this apparently terrible lizard.
cats are great…..for insurance companies I guess.
I had to "gently" shoo these "lovely creatures" off the sidewalk so I could get on with my morning walk.
I took this pic safely through the glass. All the wildlife around here seems well fed.
We call them "Honking Dragons!"
I remember when Canada geese were more migratory, and you'd only see them at a certain time of the year. It was kind of a treat. Now they are here year-round.
This fellow stopped by for a quick visit this morning...
Just another reason I love where we live. These guys have been hanging around lately. For those of you who don’t recognize them..,, they are Sandhill Cranes.
These guys were hanging out at my moms on Saturday.
This guy was just hanging out on the garage door today...
Holy crap, what is that beast?
One of our resident swallowtails.
Don’t usually see these in my backyard.
Every time I see a mantis I'm reminded of this movie I had on 8mm when I was a kid. Thanks for posting. They are so cool.
Very cool! I saw one last week in our yard. It was devouring a bee that it had caught on the blooms of some chives. What I don’t see very often anymore are Walking Sticks.
Great camouflage. My daughter used to hide toads in her room as pets.
Uh, here, kitty-kitty.
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