iggymogo:

via lstarlet

My bees wouldn’t stay out of my dog’s watering bowl and not only were they annoying her but they were drowning in large numbers.

At first I tried using a bird bath and changed the water twice a week for my bees, but never saw them using it. I think it was too close to the hive (they like their water source to be a bit farther away from the hive) and the birds were always in it.

So then I turned a medium sized pot into a water garden with plants and a piece of wood for them to land on. The bees are loving it! Every time I have gone to check on it there are 20+ of them drinking. Since I have set up the garden I have not found a bee in the dog bowl.

As for preventing mosquitoes, I plan on ordering a few tadpoles or feeder fish.

(via spacecadetbird)

becausebirds:

Western Tanager.

This bird is on my “Dear god, I want to see this bird so badly!” list.

ludicrouscupcake:

adriofthedead:

This was one of the best things to ever happen on television

OH. MY. GOD.

(Source: beeishappy, via careforashow)

odditiesoflife:

The Butterfly of the Sea

This is fish is called the Sea Robin, otherwise known as a Gurnard or The Butterfly of the Sea. This interesting fish is a bottom dweller. They have several sets of specialized fins, including some that allow the fish to swim and others that let it perch on the seafloor. It’s not related to flying fish, nor do they glide in air. The Sea Robin’s large pectoral fins are normally held against the body, but are spread out when threatened to put off predators.

source 1, 2, 3

(via ichthyologist)

jennitheodd:

adventurotica:

p-sebae:

zooophagous:

weludixon:

zooophagous These made me think of you.

I… I need this

I want this in my life ;w;

EEEeeeeeee!

So cute! 

(Source: reneeruinseverything, via cnuculator)

BEHOLD THE CATMELEON, he has now joined us in our dimension! i’ve named him horton :)