Have you witnessed wildlife in your own backyard? Have you been tracking bird migrations, or have you witnessed seasonal temperatures affecting wildlife? Have you just seen strange wildlife behavior in general? We want to hear from you!
On 12/6/2014 Renee wrote:
Sat.dec. 6,2014. I watched an eagle land on tree in back yard, same tree an eagle uses every year to eat his catch. I ran out side with binoculars to gett better look but he moved to other side of lake. I watched to see what he would do next but flew away. I watched the sky to see how far he would fly and saw more fly into my view. They circled the area for a while and more joined the group . I counted 20!!!!!! I know this sounds like I'm making it up especially in south mississippi, but I was totally amazed.
On 12/5/2014 larry wrote:
One morning I went for a walk. On this walk i saw something truly terrifying, and it made my heart stop cold in its track. It was......A..........MAN...... BEAR......... PIG...........
On 12/3/2014 nicholas wrote:
11/20/2014 The geese at Ferrum socialize in sub groups. it must be their own individual ganders. each group does not socialize with another.
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