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Damn, I wish I had a zoo like that within reach!
Remember, in the wild they sort these things out for themselves.
The difference being that when you let a cricket or similar into a small...
It's at my dad's cabin. Forest and mountains as long as the eye can reach. :D
And the silence..... It's so silent it's almost weird.
And as Truff says, don't worry about them starving - that will take a looong time (make sure it has access to water, of course)....
The white is perhaps a bit more pronounced here, no?
One of my thoughts is that juvie canadensis' hanging out with adult leucocephalus' seems...
Are the white spots/feathers on the canadensis as pronounced as on the leucocephalus?
I've never seen either, but I've...
Wow, amazing tracks and beautiful birds!
I seldomly see raptors here, probably because their breeding grounds are constantly terminated.
Could the eagle be Haliaeetus leucocephalus?
As you might remember I like to call myself a hobby ornithologist, so I just wonder if you got a...
Wow, looks interesting. Love that foreign-looking landscape.
Great pics of the snakes, Lelle.
Do you know the scientific name of the eagle, Sheri?
You'd actually save time by searching.... ;)
Anywhoo, a not very well hidden secret is to run water down the hide....
It'll make the...
I agree on the "what's the point"-thing, but try this.
The rest of the thread is here.
This is all pretty much standard tarantula stuff. :)
If you treat her right, you'll pretty much never see her. ;)
Just remember that for each time you do this, anxiousness will decrease...
That was some great storytelling!
Thanks for sharing, and please stick around! :)
How is it possible to see many, many moults without noticing this? ;) :p
Hehe, glad everything's OK. :)
Are you pressing the button lightly for a few seconds before taking the pic?
You need to do that in order to give the camera time to focus....
I read on some slow-moving forum that AB sucks, so I got curious and decided to check it out.
Sure am glad I did.
Your hands are nothing like I pictured them, Sheri!
And then you replace URL with IMG. ;)