Posts Tagged ‘nest’
Bird of Prey?
Awhile back I came across this nest and didn’t see the original architect or any evidence of the occupant at the time. I did take a few pictures so maybe somebody can help me out and tell me what they think this might be.
One of my thoughts was that it might be a Great Horned Owl, it looked like she did a lot of work building the nest but it kept falling down maybe due to the location and wind of the building. Any ideas? Comment below please!
Are the bugs “Smarter than 5th Graders”
Wasps Can Recognize Faces - A recent article from National Geographic News Brian Handwerk
Have you ever thought that the bug was out to get you, have you thought to yourself I think that bug is watching me or making plans to attack me? Maybe it wasn’t to far from the truth, maybe the wasp recognized your face and remembered it. Any stories that relate to your opinion about the bugs that are out to get you!
Some people just don’t get it!
A friend of mine Richard Martyniak located this honeybee nest (5 mos. old Africanized Honey Bee External Nest, Melbourne Fla). Quote “Many folks just don’t understand why we refuse to perform live removals of honey bee nests like in last pic. We don’t want Killer B’s!” His site and blog.
This is a catasophe just waiting to happen, somebody would forget and walk out the door or a neighbor might start a lawnmower. It doesn’t take much to get an exposed hive all peeved and then it is to late. Neighbors, children and pets all get stung because someone doesn’t think.