Animal Sightings

Discussion in 'General Chatter' started by Ephemeramuse, Aug 26, 2016.

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  1. Emma

    Emma Your resident resident

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    A good hardworking doggo at Schiphol airport <3
     
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  2. PotteryWalrus

    PotteryWalrus halfway hideous and halfway sweet

    FROG ALERT FROG ALERT

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    He was guarding my lettuces from slugs like the best garden buddy :)
     
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  3. Saro

    Saro Where is wizard hut

    Today i saw a bumblebee land on a flower for feeding, but the flower came off the stem and both it and the bee plummeted to the ground

    bee was fine, she flew up and got to work on another, sturdier flower, one better suited to the weight of a big burly bee
     
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  4. Deresto

    Deresto Struggling, yet climbing higher at a steady pace

    Today i met a handsome mister named uno! He's a bunny they let free roam at our excellent pet shop/aquarium shop down the street from my house and I love him. I went with my sis in law and she sent me a pic she took of him:

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  5. The Mutant

    The Mutant ' w '

    I'm at a vacation rental by Lake Chelan, chilling on my own with my laptop outside once the sun moved enough that I could see without squinting, and had been sitting for a while when I hear peeping behind me. Squirm around on my pool chair and what do I behold but like a dozen quail not eight feet away from me inside the fence, all taking dust baths ;3; mostly adults but a couple younger ones and chicks too.

    and I didn't have my phone goddamnit >:V and my mom was out at a winery so I couldn't call her outside (she loooooves quail)
     
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  6. Exohedron

    Exohedron Doesn't like words

    It turns out that the noise in my closet was a small brown bat.
    I have no idea how things keep getting in here.

    [Edit] At first I thought it was a mouse, which would have been awkward because I live on the fourth floor and so dumping it out the window probably wouldn't have made many people happy. Getting it over to the door would have been a gigantic hassle.
     
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  7. Sethrial MacCoill

    Sethrial MacCoill Attempts were made

    I went camping this weekend! It was larp camping, so not a ton of wildlife wanted to be near the 130 people running around and yelling all saturday. On sunday morning i discovered a little black frog under my tent taking advantage of the wet, and there were a doe and fawn hanging out in the field next to the park entrance, eating grass and watching people leave.
     
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  8. LadyNighteyes

    LadyNighteyes Wicked Witch of the Radiant Historia Fandom

    An actual goddamn bear that the site is refusing to let me upload a picture of.
     
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  9. Saro

    Saro Where is wizard hut

    Saw a deer cross the road and felt like I was back in the islands for a moment. All deer live to cross roads at inconvenient and dangerous times
     
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  10. Lizardlicks

    Lizardlicks Friendly Neighborhood Lizard

    Turkeys too. And they dgaf about cars, they'll just stand there for minutes at a time.
     
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  11. Sethrial MacCoill

    Sethrial MacCoill Attempts were made

    I saw another frog! He held still and I managed to get a good picture this time!

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  12. LadyNighteyes

    LadyNighteyes Wicked Witch of the Radiant Historia Fandom

    It lets me post the bear now!
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  13. Everett

    Everett local rats so small, so tiny

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    a lab/basset hound doggo named Callie
    I posted pics of her last year but Here She Is Again
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