Squirrel waits for man every morning and runs back and forth to greet him for breakfast, that's pretty cute, but this squirrel only steps on the stepping stone pathway never on the grass.
Chipmunks are notoriously greedy - especially when its time to stock up food for winter. This little rodent catches a glimpse of itself in the camera lens and with amazing speed and violence attacks the wood-be seed stealer!
A Chipmunk that sneaks a whiff of a Cottontail Rabbit once is a strange random act of Nature, but if it does it again to another Rabbit there may be much more to the story.....
Eastern Screech Owl sitting on three eggs in a nest box gives a perfect imitation of a "Horse Whinny". Loud and clear for minutes on end. If you listen closely you can hear the male outside make the classic "trilling" call.
Three-day Radar Loop of November 16-19, 2014 Buffalo Snow Storm from Sunday night through Wednesday Morning November 19th.
Devil Spider? No, just a Marbled Orb Weaver Spider with a Beelzebub design on its back! The pumpkin head and orange, black and white legs with a huge pumpkin body make this the perfect Halloween-themed spider. But its really a gentle sweetheart!
Orange Marbled Orb Weaver Spider - The perfect Halloween or Pumpkin Spider - it matures to a bright orange in October. Jack-O-Lantern head and eight big eyes - what's not to love!
A Chipmunk wants to put a six inch long corn cob in its burrow which is two inches wide. Never mind why it wants to do this, the question is - can it do it or will it throw a chipmunk profanity filled fit?
Enjoy the worlds smallest bird taking some downtime from hovering to maintain its feathers and look gorgeous!
Three rambunctious Black Bear cubs just a few months old find everything in their new world fascinating and irresistible. One learns how to climb up, but comes down the hard way!
A Chipmunk eating bird seed near a Cottontail Rabbit inexplicably and very clearly "Steals a Kiss" from the Rabbit - plants one right between the eyes and runs away - leaving the stunned Rabbit to ponder - "what just happened" ?
Joy in looking and comprehending is nature's most beautiful gift. Albert Einstein A short collection of animals that brought joy in 2013 set to "Joy to the World".
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!
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!
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.
"Hic -cup... Hic -cup" This little Red Squirrel has a serious case of the Hiccups - no doubt from eating too fast!
A young squirrel investigates a strange red-feathered creature in a tree. Lucky squirrel escaped - but probably wont contribute to the gene pool.
Title says it all - a large snake crawled onto and then under an office phone in Florida. Calling 911 was not an option! Snake was not harmed.
A love story of epic proportions caught on hidden camera and set to music! The tale of two classy and adventurous young squirrels who dared to rendezvous in an Owl Nest Box ... introducing an element of excitement and danger into their romance. The sounds of squirrels at the height of passion....
Two little Screech Owlets with entirely different outlooks on their new world. Can you imagine thought bubbles for each one?