Fascinated by the wonders of nature!
  • The Cutest Baby Squirrels Ever

    Mother Red Squirrel has her hands full raising these precocious youngsters in a Screech Owl nest box. Just try and count how many little squirrels go in and out of the box! They are still totally dependent on Mom and this is their first morning really beginning to explore the world outside the nest box. Excuse them if they seem a bit excited!

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  • Cute Spider Will Cure You Of Arachnophobia

    A porcelain Foo Dog, a happy face with rays of sunshine, a tiny alien creature? What does it look like to you? The design of this Spiny Orb Weaver Spider is supposed to scare away creatures that might eat it, but it just looks too cute to eat!

    naturefix 11 months ago respond

  • Bold Butterfly Dominates Hummingbirds!

    A Butterfly takes over a nectar feeder from a pair of hummingbirds and owns it! This is amazing behavior never before documented. Hummingbirds spend the day violently fighting each other for the rights to a feeder. Perhaps the incredible cheekiness of the butterfly has them confounded. They may be the smallest birds in the world, but they should remember they are indeed birds with sharp beaks and not let insects push them around.

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  • Owl Blows Chunks “App”

    Use like an App to make a “statement” at appropriate times. Only 30 seconds long. Normally an owl will “regurgitate” a fully formed pellet as a normal part of their digestion before they can eat again. This little Eastern Screech Owl has got some issues to work out!

    naturefix a year ago respond

  • New World’s Strongest Insect!

    This guy would kick the Dung Beetle’s (current record holder) butt! Bring him on. One Tough Beetle - Seems to actually enjoy a best of three Tug - O - war with man. This is the worlds strongest insect pound for pound.

    naturefix a year ago respond

  • Wild Transformer Screech Owls Solve Mystery

    These two little Florida Screech Owls definitively solve the scientific and public debate of the purpose of Transformer Owl behavior. They were filmed in their natural environment reacting to real threats and doing their part for science to illustrate one of the most amazing camouflage techniques in the animal world by literally becoming one with tree branches.

    naturefix a year ago respond