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Aw fuck the whole album is really really good

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there are just a lot of things I love about this

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mstrkrftz:

Owl Landing

mstrkrftz:

Owl Landing

(Source: mstrkrftz, via jossing)

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spacedhamlet:

Gaia 16!

At this point in the game, Isaac and I are basically fed up

"I can’t believe I said this wasn’t a bad game" - Josh

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huntinghawks:

Shared by West Coast Falconry on Facebook: “Here is a priceless photo! Neither birds are West Coast Falconry’s. A captive Harris Hawk at a museum up north was eating it’s rat on a perch outside when a wild female kestrel attempted to steal the rat. She left unharmed and empty taloned. Perfect photo timing = priceless image. :)”

huntinghawks:

Shared by West Coast Falconry on Facebook: “Here is a priceless photo! Neither birds are West Coast Falconry’s. A captive Harris Hawk at a museum up north was eating it’s rat on a perch outside when a wild female kestrel attempted to steal the rat. She left unharmed and empty taloned. Perfect photo timing = priceless image. :)”

(via jossing)

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lufffluffyhippos:

Holy shit

(Source: vimeo.com, via i-merican)

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quickthreebeers:

Wrentits always look so concerned.

quickthreebeers:

Wrentits always look so concerned.

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feathered-friends:

Double Dead Calm by shaftina©tion on Flickr.
Northern lapwing
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“A Leaden Flycatcher at Fogg Dam suddenly dropped from a low tree into the dry leaves below. At first it appeared to have dropped down dead—eyes closed, crown feathers raised. Slowly, it subsided into the leaves. Its eyes opened, looking glazed and unfocussed, and it appeared totally oblivious to its surroundings—including me! Finally, its beak fell open and it lay inert for a few seconds. Then, just as suddenly, it flipped up and shot back into the tree.”

A Leaden Flycatcher at Fogg Dam suddenly dropped from a low tree into the dry leaves below. At first it appeared to have dropped down dead—eyes closed, crown feathers raised. Slowly, it subsided into the leaves. Its eyes opened, looking glazed and unfocussed, and it appeared totally oblivious to its surroundings—including me! Finally, its beak fell open and it lay inert for a few seconds. Then, just as suddenly, it flipped up and shot back into the tree.”

(Source: birdlife.org.au)

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avianeurope:

Common Swift (Apus apus) »by Fred

could a bird magician more knowledgeable than I am tell me what this behavior here is all about
I am really feeling the combination of angry and unwilling to move that this guy is exhibiting but I want to make sure I’m not accidentally sympathizing with imminent death or disease or bird estrus (there is no such thing as bird estrus)

avianeurope:

Common Swift (Apus apus) »by Fred

could a bird magician more knowledgeable than I am tell me what this behavior here is all about

I am really feeling the combination of angry and unwilling to move that this guy is exhibiting but I want to make sure I’m not accidentally sympathizing with imminent death or disease or bird estrus (there is no such thing as bird estrus)

(via jossing)