TheConnection Walls
29 walls

     Main Page
The Lobby
     Blessings
     Coffee Klatch
     Comments
Suggestions
     Computers
&Tech Issues
     Crafts
   Dogs, Cats
& Critters
   
    Reload Wall
    Admin Photos
    Members Photos

    Login
 

     Events
     Faith
     Gardening &
Landscaping
     Health & Diet
     Household Hints
     Jokes
     Movies & Reviews
     Music
     Nostalgia
     Pet Peeves
     Photography
     Politics
     The Range
2nd Amendment
     Recipes
     The Road
Automobilia
     Shopper's Beware
Caveat Emptor
     Sports
     Suggested Reading
     Suggested Viewing/Listening
     Travel
     Veterans' Page
& Militaria
     Weird
But True

Members Photos
3 out of 1664
see all

   

   

   






Dogs, Cats
& Critters




   Safetydude  One of our local Democrats.
This guy wanders through our neighborhood a couple of times of week, looking for hand-outs...

   February 10 at 21:56 EST .

   5 people like this.



   Escaped commieny  I'll take him any day over these Sand Cranes, they holler, screech, run in front of your car,'course they are 'protected' so get help if you hit one, they are very aggressive and try to attack my fur babies in the back yard. Oh, to be able to use bird shot in Volusia. I agree, will now refer to them as lizzy warrens.
February 11 at 09:34 EST .

  4 people like this.



   StormCnter  A couple of years ago, a Yellow-Crowned Night Heron appeared in my back yard. I had to ask my local Extension agent to help me identify him. My granddaughters named him Harry. He would show up every day, wander around the yard, occasionally picking up a bug, climb down to the top step of the swimming pool, stand there a couple of minutes and then fly away. This went on for about a month, then he disappeared, but the next year, he returned with a buddy. They're very exotic-appearing birds and we loved having him. But after two years, he never returned.
February 13 at 07:25 EST .

  4 people like this.



   Gram77  We get these visitors in our park a lot. They are a bit of a bother and for goodness sake don't feed them, they will be yours for life!
February 16 at 15:20 EST .

  4 people like this.



   Safetydude  Right you are Gram!
Some of our 'snowbirds' feed them and months after they have gone back 'up north' these birds will gather in the carports or driveway where they were fed, still expecting a hand-out.
It's very sad to see.
February 17 at 21:49 EST .

  6 people like this.



   StormCnter  We never fed Harry. He seemed perfectly happy picking around the grass for bugs and things.
March 20 at 16:54 EST .

  5 people like this.