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IT and Tomcat’s world of professional rodent killing have a lot in common. First of all you need a mouse. And somewhere on the way both use a technique called “drag and drop”. 17 more words


“It was here that the romance of my life began”

Severely myopic young Theodore Roosevelt professed a passion for all sorts of wildlife. But until the age of fourteen, when his father bought him a pair of glasses, his most keen observations of nature were limited to the wild animals he could see close up, the ones he toted home: a family of young gray squirrels he fed milk via a syringe; a disagreeable woodchuck he tried to tame; and “a gentle, pretty, trustful white-footed mouse which reared her family in an empty flowerpot.” 312 more words


Monday I've Got Friday on My Mind

Good morning, boys and girls! Today we’ll stroll down memory lane again to gather more useless trivia that has nothing to do with the picture above. 117 more words


Life Through The Lens - Part II - February 28 Image

I dropped by Woodland Cemetery this afternoon, as it was a beautiful day and I was hoping for a bird of prey or 2. But all I had were zillions of Chickadees and squirrels. 8 more words