Posts Tagged ‘wildlife control’
The northern grasshopper mouse (Onychomys leucogaster) is rather squat and blocky, has a white tummy and a white tip to its short tail. They’re not fast runners but are very agile – able to twist and turn to subdue prey in their longer-and-stronger-than-average jaws.
Isn’t it great to hear and read about cool stuff like this, thank goodness they aren’t real big. But anyway that’s why I’m here, to pass along stories like these.
Well intention often leads to problems! Feeding Pigeons and Feral Cats.
Often times we as humans don’t easily recognize how we influence conditions around our homes and businesses.
Groundhog Day owes its true origins to the ancient Greeks, who believed that an animal’s shadow was its soul, blackened by the past year’s sins. While the animal hibernates, its soul is cleansed by nature, and if it wakes up before winter is over, it will see the dirty shadow and be horrified and then return to its den for more purification.
Groundhog Day in 2012 is onThursday, February 2
Update – Update
“Many shadows do I see: six more weeks of winter it must be.”
One of my favorite places on planet earth – San Diego Zoo.
Explore Blog: New Bat Exhibit at San Diego Zoo Safari Park debunks Old Myths. http://vimeo.com/34569367 by Brenden Masar
Article from PRWeb.com
Recent event have brought more of a focus on bats, as the Honeybee has had some disease problems this last year. The bats also developed White Nose conditions and also had a bad year, so this bat exhibit comes at a great time for the bats. It really is amazing that these bats really help man by eating lots of insects and pollinating plants and trees. To find out what you can do to help save the bat, please visit http://www.yearofthebat.org
(No animals were harmed in writing this blog and we encourage the proper methods for capturing and relocating animals located in unwanted places).