lawebloca:

Eagle playing with a sprinkler

( via Joan Robins )

lawebloca:

Eagle playing with a sprinkler

( via Joan Robins )

ninjasexfarty:

Important, always-relevant comic done by the wonderful Ursa Eyer.

exmakina:

The reason Victor Mancha uses so much hair product.

Yesssss Runaways fan art! 

tuba-tom:

truer words were never spoken

tuba-tom:

truer words were never spoken

becausebirds:

MAKIN’ IT RAINNNN

becausebirds:

MAKIN’ IT RAINNNN

magicalnaturetour:

(via 500px / Look what I’ve made…. by Austin Thomas) ~ A Great Crested Grebe chick at the nest

magicalnaturetour:

(via 500px / Look what I’ve made…. by Austin Thomas) ~ A Great Crested Grebe chick at the nest

A message from treeboa
i was browsing the boa tag and saw the snake kisses video you posted and im wondering... is that animal yours? what's up with his snout? he looks like he has a swelling and i clicked the video more out of "what the heck" than actual snake kisses ahah.

He is mine.  I adopted him when he was 14 and his records indicated that he had been in a fight with his previous owner’s cat, suffered a sinus infection after the incident, and developed scar tissue.  It has been at least 5 years since the incident.  Fortunately, he has not had any recurring infection (and has been checked out by a vet to make sure there are no respiratory issues) and now lives in a home where the snakes and cats are not allowed to be in the same room together!

Kiwikiu Birdbeast by Ciameth
I love Hawaiian birds, so I doodled a Kiwikiu, aka Maui Parrotbill (Pseudonestor xanthophrys) for DailyBirdBeast’s invitation for guest birdbeasts.  
http://dailybirdbeast.tumblr.com/

Kiwikiu Birdbeast by Ciameth

I love Hawaiian birds, so I doodled a Kiwikiu, aka Maui Parrotbill (Pseudonestor xanthophrys) for DailyBirdBeast’s invitation for guest birdbeasts.  

http://dailybirdbeast.tumblr.com/

nambroth:

Here’s the batch of bird ‘critters’ I made in June! Each one is hand sculpted in epoxy with glass eyes, painted, then covered with faux fur. The are, on average, around 3-4” tall at the most (they are little!). Each is one of a kind! No casting is used.

All of these birds have already found homes! Thanks so much for looking. I will be making more. :)
I have a few stragglers in my shop, but stay tuned for more within a month or two! http://featherdust.storenvy.com/collections/602554-critters

Once again, Nambroth makes an adorable set of bird critters.

ravendroppings:

Sunset Slumber (by www.jessfindlay.com)
"A Coyote peers out from underneath it’s insulating winter coat on a cold evening in the mountains of Wyoming, USA. "

ravendroppings:

Sunset Slumber (by www.jessfindlay.com)

"A Coyote peers out from underneath it’s insulating winter coat on a cold evening in the mountains of Wyoming, USA. "

cutereptiles:

averymuether:

This is another info graphic I did advocating for snakes. When spring comes around snakes start to come out of hibernation and sometimes will end up in people’s backyards. Snakes around this time are killed left and right, whether it is completely harmless or venomous. I want to urge people to learn about snakes and also to leave snakes alone!

Important!

cutereptiles:

averymuether:

This is another info graphic I did advocating for snakes. When spring comes around snakes start to come out of hibernation and sometimes will end up in people’s backyards. Snakes around this time are killed left and right, whether it is completely harmless or venomous. I want to urge people to learn about snakes and also to leave snakes alone!

Important!

cutereptiles:

kaijutegu:

Lizard and Literacy, part I

She is a smart lizard. :]

lemurkat:

Creature Feature #305: Harrier-Hawk
The African Harrier-Hawk is a medium sized raptor. She makes her home in woodlands, tree plantations and urban areas. Her diet is omnivorous and includes the fruit of the oil palm, as well as small vertebrates. She is a skilled climber, using her wings as well as her feet and beak. Her knees are double jointed, which allow her to reach into these otherwise inaccessible holes and crevices. In this manner, she raids the nests of cavity-breeding birds. Her own nest is a large structure of sticks, built in a tree or on a cliff ledge. She broods up to three eggs but, like most raptors, siblicide is common and often only one chick will survive to fledging.

lemurkat:

Creature Feature #305: Harrier-Hawk

The African Harrier-Hawk is a medium sized raptor. She makes her home in woodlands, tree plantations and urban areas. Her diet is omnivorous and includes the fruit of the oil palm, as well as small vertebrates. She is a skilled climber, using her wings as well as her feet and beak. Her knees are double jointed, which allow her to reach into these otherwise inaccessible holes and crevices. In this manner, she raids the nests of cavity-breeding birds. Her own nest is a large structure of sticks, built in a tree or on a cliff ledge. She broods up to three eggs but, like most raptors, siblicide is common and often only one chick will survive to fledging.