Post your Pet or animal Pics (Part 2)

Baby robin calling for it’s breakfast this morning.

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Ganesh Chaturthi Bollywood GIF by Hrithik Roshan

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Slippery skink

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Mrs. Feral and Baby Feral chillin’ on this gorgeous day.

My wife calls them Lulu and Snoopy.

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My wife called me over and said look at this.

In what world is that comfortable? He’s half way out of his house.

Mr. Indoor Feral and his mom.

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For a second I read that title as “Attract birds With Bloodbaths” :thinking:

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Well…

It depends on the birds…

the jungle book disney GIF

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This is fun.

It’s a short so hit the full screen button to see it better.

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We have a birdbath—well, it’s a shallow ceramic saucer for a planter that is on top of a tree stump—and a hummingbird feeder in our back yard. I’m responsible for the feeder and my husband takes care of the birdbath. As soon as he fills it up in the morning, all the little birds go to town!

I was just wondering this morning if there is a general bird call out that the bath is ready? Because as soon as he fills the saucer, between 10-20 little ones will suddenly arrive. Once the little guys are finished, the doves will arrive and take their turn. Only two today, but we once we had some crazy amount of doves sitting on the grass, patiently waiting their turn.

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This fella snuck in to an unused construction site right near my home.


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deer GIF

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Niece’s husband had an otterly adorable fishing partner yesterday.
I’m assuming Superior, WI (she just said it was Lake Superior)

Fish score for the evening: Otter: 1 Jimmy: 0

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Otters are cool.

This one popped up on swamp trail we were hiking in Florida in 2020.

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I think the ducks in the first pic are the same ones I posted a couple of weeks ago and that mama has lost a couple of the ducklings.

A couple of minutes after I took the photos, the adult from the first photo grabbed one of the ducklings from the second photo by the neck and started shaking it.

This led to a short, surprisingly violent fight with the other mama duck. In the end, no one seemed hurt, and everyone retired to different parts of the pond :person_shrugging:.

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I suspect birds keep one eye on each other. If one bird is up to something then others will come to check it out.

My mom used to put food out for stray cats. After the local pigeons caught onto this they would all flock to the buffet.

(Sorry about the image quality; it was taken years ago with a low-spec cellphone camera.)

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A trio of bunnies.

Scatter!

Muskrat and ducks. Hard to make out

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Exhausted from playing outside yesterday morning.


It was starting to get hot, so he “purred” when I brought him back indoors.

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Wild bun edition!

@MagicFox

Tired bun edition!

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