Trump's son is killing wooly mammoths, sabre tooth tigers, triceratops!!! Do YOU think they have the right to slay these endangered beasts? Watch this: PRICELESS. You just hafta take time to watch this five minute video to get the whole gist of what I am about to share. So, click on the link "priceless"...watch it and then come back here...
I always have to read the insipid comments after such a video. Are people really this lame? They're [the ones being interviewed here] voting in November? Here are some comments to come up the pipeline:
Jonny W 1 week ago
If you see any of these animals in real life, by all means blow it to hell and back. We've all seen the Jurassic Park movies.
Papa P 1 week ago
I weep for the species.
- 1tired citizen 1 week ago Do you mean those species that are extinct or the ones that are answering these questions?
Ӎiкә К 1 week ago
I don't want to live in this world anymore...
- Luis P 1 week ago At least not California
- - -Of course, I'm pretty sure this is all a staged production. At least I HOPE SO!! If not, and they ARE this stupid, I'm pretty sure we as a race are doomed!
My sister texted me a photo of her Sunday Drive thru the Mountains near her home to show me the Aspen trees in all their glory. This is in Ouray County, Colorado. The background 'mountain' is Chimney Peak in the Sawtooth Mountain Range of the San Juan Mountains. The town nearby is Ridgeway. The elevation of this peak is 11,781 feet high. For over 50 years, when I lived in Colorado, we as a family, always took a drive to the high country to view the Aspen in Autumn. It's a spectacle that is definitely a life's pleasure. By the way, the Chimney Peak Ranch is for sale....asking price....$28+ million!!!
At times I'm a cloud watcher too! I just saw a perfect 'heart' in the clouds, rushed inside to get my cellphone...went back outdoors, and the 'heart' was no longer shaped so. Bummer. But here is a trio I've found. And at the time, I had camera in hand - [the first two] I was looking UP to see hawks fly over in migration form. [the third photo of the 'witch' flying in the sky was taken back on a birding trek IN JUNE]...
"X" Marks the Spot!
Texas Lone Star!
A Flying Witch
From a couple of weeks ago, I had mentioned I attended the hawk watch in a suburban park about 25-30 miles from Corpus Christi...Hazel Bazemore Park which hosts the annual watch from mid August thru the end of November. The hawk watch platform is a permanent watch tower, and year 'round you can view the prairie grasses at a far distance, view the nearby ponds and scout the riverbanks, search through the tree tops, watch for javelinas and white tailed deer...all wildlife, plus birds that are residents of South Texas and migratory birds. During the weekend presentations, the Sky King Falconry had exhibits of wild, trained, birds. I mentioned that one bird, a falcon, I couldn't remember which species it was. So, I emailed Sky King Falconry and asked. The gentleman was kind enough to send me an answer. It is a Saker Falcon...known to be a European breed [Not of the new world]. He also added that this Saker's name is Kriger [CRY gurr]. So, after receiving its ID, I will share the photos I took...