crickatoo:

my-herbal-journey:

I just want everyone to see how unrealistic some expectations are.

Haha like once every 6 months

This might be tmi but I dry shave with an electronic shaver maybe once every week or two, and wet shave with a razor every month or so. 

My interest in commenting on youtube videos even when I want to respond to good original content is about 0% because I have almost never felt safe expressing pretty much any opinion there. And the few times I have, I always get shitty responses.

marauderer:

1000 Followers Video!!! Woo!!

I can tell how excited y’all (ore) are. Lmao. Well here you go.

rebloggggging

  1. sapphicdalliances said: i pronounce it as one slurred word! o:

Well now you have to make a video and say my username in it so I can hear it!

Hearing my username pronounced in an Aussie accent is pretty trippy actually.

Cause there’s some emphasis on bits that don’t get emphasized in english, and people tend to think of my name as a phrase of words (daughter of the stars) rather than one slurred together word like I think of it. So when people say it out loud I’m always like “there’s a space between daughter and of? Oh.”

It’s just fun to hear, it fascinates me. Like when I had that old OC named Calysra and nicknamed Cy’ra and very few of my followers actually pronounced those in their heads the way I imagined them. XD 

naturepunk:

daily-owls:

I know this is not what some of you want to see, it’s really not but all of you need to know the dangers of using rat poison. Rats eat the poison and the owls eat the rats. Then ends up slowly killing the bird from the inside out. There is plenty other alternatives to using rat poison. I had stumbled upon this little guy because a friend had texted me and told me that he was in a park near my house so…. needing a falconry great horned owl I went to go get the baby to imprint it and use it for falconry but Instead i found the mother hoping from tree to tree around the baby, that died about an hour before I got there. so please everybody think About the consequences your actions will have on the environment and the beautiful majestic creatures that you would inhabit it.
-Cj

Important PSA about rat poisons and the damage it does on wildlife! 

I remember we used rat poison when I worked at a zoo, and someone told me that the first animal that eats it is affected, but the secondary predator isn’t. Now I’m not sure which poison it was or how true that was, but we never had a captive animal die from secondary ingestion.
If you have a bad enough rat problem to put out poison, use something like Racumin. It’s also an anti-coagulant but it won’t affect larger animals in small doses. Firstly because it’s a different toxin and likely works the way I was taught while I worked at the zoo, and secondly because it’s made to be eaten in small amounts regularly over a longer period of time. I found this advice on a pdf made by the Society for Preservation of Raptors [x].
I really don’t see how this owl could have gotten that much green poison on it’s talon without having struck the critter while it was nibbling the paste/block. So make sure that you put your baits in small corners and areas where animals larger than rats can’t get to it.  naturepunk:

daily-owls:

I know this is not what some of you want to see, it’s really not but all of you need to know the dangers of using rat poison. Rats eat the poison and the owls eat the rats. Then ends up slowly killing the bird from the inside out. There is plenty other alternatives to using rat poison. I had stumbled upon this little guy because a friend had texted me and told me that he was in a park near my house so…. needing a falconry great horned owl I went to go get the baby to imprint it and use it for falconry but Instead i found the mother hoping from tree to tree around the baby, that died about an hour before I got there. so please everybody think About the consequences your actions will have on the environment and the beautiful majestic creatures that you would inhabit it.
-Cj

Important PSA about rat poisons and the damage it does on wildlife! 

I remember we used rat poison when I worked at a zoo, and someone told me that the first animal that eats it is affected, but the secondary predator isn’t. Now I’m not sure which poison it was or how true that was, but we never had a captive animal die from secondary ingestion.
If you have a bad enough rat problem to put out poison, use something like Racumin. It’s also an anti-coagulant but it won’t affect larger animals in small doses. Firstly because it’s a different toxin and likely works the way I was taught while I worked at the zoo, and secondly because it’s made to be eaten in small amounts regularly over a longer period of time. I found this advice on a pdf made by the Society for Preservation of Raptors [x].
I really don’t see how this owl could have gotten that much green poison on it’s talon without having struck the critter while it was nibbling the paste/block. So make sure that you put your baits in small corners and areas where animals larger than rats can’t get to it. 

naturepunk:

daily-owls:

I know this is not what some of you want to see, it’s really not but all of you need to know the dangers of using rat poison. Rats eat the poison and the owls eat the rats. Then ends up slowly killing the bird from the inside out. There is plenty other alternatives to using rat poison. I had stumbled upon this little guy because a friend had texted me and told me that he was in a park near my house so…. needing a falconry great horned owl I went to go get the baby to imprint it and use it for falconry but Instead i found the mother hoping from tree to tree around the baby, that died about an hour before I got there. so please everybody think About the consequences your actions will have on the environment and the beautiful majestic creatures that you would inhabit it.

-Cj

Important PSA about rat poisons and the damage it does on wildlife! 

I remember we used rat poison when I worked at a zoo, and someone told me that the first animal that eats it is affected, but the secondary predator isn’t. Now I’m not sure which poison it was or how true that was, but we never had a captive animal die from secondary ingestion.

If you have a bad enough rat problem to put out poison, use something like Racumin. It’s also an anti-coagulant but it won’t affect larger animals in small doses. Firstly because it’s a different toxin and likely works the way I was taught while I worked at the zoo, and secondly because it’s made to be eaten in small amounts regularly over a longer period of time. I found this advice on a pdf made by the Society for Preservation of Raptors [x].

I really don’t see how this owl could have gotten that much green poison on it’s talon without having struck the critter while it was nibbling the paste/block. So make sure that you put your baits in small corners and areas where animals larger than rats can’t get to it. 

senpeep:

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Is cute but GOOGLE IMAGES DOES NOT HOLD COPYRIGHT ON ANY OF THE IMAGES YOU FIND ON IT, IT IS A SEARCH ENGINE THANK YOU. senpeep:

all backgrounds © google images

Is cute but GOOGLE IMAGES DOES NOT HOLD COPYRIGHT ON ANY OF THE IMAGES YOU FIND ON IT, IT IS A SEARCH ENGINE THANK YOU. senpeep:

all backgrounds © google images

Is cute but GOOGLE IMAGES DOES NOT HOLD COPYRIGHT ON ANY OF THE IMAGES YOU FIND ON IT, IT IS A SEARCH ENGINE THANK YOU. senpeep:

all backgrounds © google images

Is cute but GOOGLE IMAGES DOES NOT HOLD COPYRIGHT ON ANY OF THE IMAGES YOU FIND ON IT, IT IS A SEARCH ENGINE THANK YOU.

senpeep:

all backgrounds © google images

Is cute but GOOGLE IMAGES DOES NOT HOLD COPYRIGHT ON ANY OF THE IMAGES YOU FIND ON IT, IT IS A SEARCH ENGINE THANK YOU.

It’s only 8 pm why is it dark. EVERYTHING IS DARK. 

thejadedkiwano:

Let’s play a game.

Type the following words into your tags box, then post the first automatic tag that comes up.

you

also

what

when

why

how

look

because

never

stop

bootycaller:

who wants to give up on society and go live in a treehouse with me

(Source: tiredestprincess)