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Archive for the ‘urban wildlife’ Category

Snail(s)

March 23, 2017

A few residents of Washington, D.C. might want to take a lesson from these two snails, when they size up their current situation.

Resilient

January 3, 2017

This pesky feline has proved to be one of the most resilient fictional characters of all time.

Stripes

November 3, 2016

Sometimes Mother Nature provides the best subject matter for abstract drawings and paintings, as seen in this art marker drawing.

At The Bird Feeder

March 6, 2011

This winter saw two snowstorms arrive here in the Palmetto State. The first was in December and the second occurred during the month of January. The first one stayed just a day, but the January storm dumped eight inches and the snow stayed on the ground for almost a week. During that time the small […]

Groundhog Day’s Update

February 2, 2011

Today is Groundhog Day and as a result groundhogs all across the country will be coming out of their underground bungalows to predict the arrival of spring. According to experts in the field, the accurate assessment of the arrival of spring conditions is a classic case of inverse reality. This is because a sunny day […]

Fox Sighting

April 3, 2010

I saw a red fox the other day. It was right after I made my first post at this site, so it has to be a good omen. I was walking through the park near my apartment and all of a sudden this animal came running across my path and ducked right into a small […]