Pretty much what the title says.
Some new books from the library that made it home--barn owls and peregrine falcons-- reminded me of this. Earlier today we discovered some barn owl pellets, so today has been pretty fun.
I suppose June is too late for bear cams--I've heard of such a thing though.
"She is a mermaid, but approach her with caution. Her mind swims at a depth most would drown in."
Two very cool peregrine falcon cams in Manitoba:
The Winnipeg chicks are fledging; they'll soon be gone. The Brandon chicks are younger. We've found both families fascinating!
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