I thought that it was common knowledge that waterfowl were terrifying. People complaining about this is like people complaining that the fire burned them when they touched it.
I just really don’t….. Are people that disconnected? “this comparatively small wild animal is aggressive? is it perhaps THREATENED BY ME BECAUSE i’M COMPARATIVELY HUGE AND POTENTIALLY PREDATORY????? NAH COULDN’T BE THAT ITS JUST MEAN BECAUSE ITS A BIG MEAN POOPY GRUMP PANTS IT CLEARLY HAS SOMETHING AGAINST ME PERSONALLY I AM SOOOO OFFENDED.”
cities literally put in ponds to attract wildlife and encourage people to feed the wildlife shit that makes them ill and then the PEOPLE
THAT THEY’RE NOT NICE ENOUGH
Nothing will piss me off faster than some asshole complaining that ducks and geese are “mean”
they’re wildlife??????????????????????????????????? stop feeding them shit that makes them sick and trying to pet ???them????????????????????////?????////////////
Re: that previous question about great horned owls
…..that head bitch in charge was not pleased with me tonight.
Honestly… putting you on the spot @rhamphotheca
Or how a riot started by queers, drag queens, transgender people and sex workers became ruthlessly hijacked and monopolized by normatively attractive, affluent, masculine gay men who value assimilation and heteronormativity over universal healthcare - and who viciously spurn those magnificent queens who came before them - and gave it a universally accepted brand name (the GAY rights movement) that highlights its own exclusionary nature.
Chinese Mitten Crab (Eriocheir sinensis)
Also known as the big sluice crab or the Shanghai hairy crab, the Chinese mitten crab is a species of varunid crab that is native to the coastal estuaries of eastern Asia, ranging from Korea to the Fujian province of China. It has also been introduced to Europe and North America and is considered and invasive species.Like other crabs E. sinensis feeds on a wide variety of things ranging from plants, various invertebrates, fish and detritus.
E. sinensis spends most of its life in fresh water, but return to tidal estuaries to mate. After mating they will return to brackish water to hatch their eggs. After development the juvenile crabs will move upstream, completing the life cycle.
Point-tailed Palmcreeper (Berlepschia rikeri)
…a species of ovenbird (Furnariidae) that occurs in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname, and Venezuela. They typically inhabit subtropical or tropical dry forests. They spend most of their tim near palms of the genus Mauritia and will feed on the insects and other invertebrates that inhabit the palm’s fronds. They will also build their nest at the base of the fronds.