Politicians hide themselves away
They only started the war
Why should they go out to fight?
They leave that role to poor
I always think i'm hearing the buzz of bumble bees whenever one of those birds arrive to feed from the sugar and water bird feeder dispensers we have set up and hanging around our back yard...
Are hummingbirds the smallest birds?
I wonder why they evolved the unique ways and sizes and abilities they did while so many other birds didnt?
Looks like the Bee Hummingbird is the worlds smallest known bird > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bee_Hummingbird
I just saw a hummingbird for the first time in years in my back yard the other day.
I've never seen one, they're not exactly up here.
But we have moths that size.
Loved it OP! Found it on youtube, it was great! I've rescued several birds and turtles, so that hits me as very familiar.
in the forest where i walk beepers
they buzz right up to us .
everyone has feeders all over this town
and honey suckle in the gardens
lots of hummies around here
the real trip is
a baby fawn with it's parents walked right up to us
people here hand feed the deer
the buck got pissy though
we had to escape
Snort = you better get going in some other direction at a brisk pace.
they'll stomp their front hooves and snort
as he did , his new antlers had not come in yet , so
i was not that nervous , but cautious
the fawn still had her spots on her back , late birth this year
for the Doe .
it was one of those Kodak moments I seem to have here
every other day .
and the cameras are never with me or in the bag where it takes
too long to get them out .
It's startling to get in the car and as you turn to reach for the seat belt
theres a Deers face looking in at you
there is a lot of fog here this time of year
so you don't see them sneak up on you
they are looking for hand outs
Lot of Old people here
late seventies on up into late nineties
they feed every animal they see
Old woman tried to feed Beepers a Peanut Butter Candy bar
just yesterday morning .
I guess she thought ,,, it's food , why can't beepers eat it ?
so the Deer are really tame here
not like the wild .
Animals are not stupid. They're best off not depending on humans for survival unless they're domesticated like puppies. Sounds cruel to some I'm sure, I used to think it was very cruel when I was young. Wild animals should know humans will kill them and do best staying away from them.
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