keeppartyvangoing:

teamhellnope:

Here it is.

art

steepravine:

Beautiful Ringneck Snake

(Mount Tamalpais, California - 3/2014)

thingswithantlers:

By richywig
americasgreatoutdoors:

Here’s a great photo to end the week. Dennis Demcheck a U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) employee, snapped this great photo of a female Great Horned Owl nesting in a Live Oak tree. Here’s what he had to say about it. “She was ‘staring me down’ because she had eggs to protect. It was taken in southwest Louisiana in the Mermentau River Basin near the town of Thornwell.”

americasgreatoutdoors:

Here’s a great photo to end the week. Dennis Demcheck a U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) employee, snapped this great photo of a female Great Horned Owl nesting in a Live Oak tree. Here’s what he had to say about it. “She was ‘staring me down’ because she had eggs to protect. It was taken in southwest Louisiana in the Mermentau River Basin near the town of Thornwell.”

ibelieveinnargles:

archiemcphee:

Here’s yet another awesome thing about Japan: Pigeon Mask Parties.

Whether they’re made of feathers or latex, hanging out in the park or at a bar, it’s clear that pigeons love to flock. Did you know that a group of pigeons is called a loft? That means you could also call these gatherings Loft Parties. It sounds like Pigeon Mask code.

Check out The Pigeon Mask website for more glimpses of our Pigeon Mask in the wild.

[Bottom photo via dots_and_loops via The Pigeon Mask]

my kind of party

vulturesanctuary:

vulturesanctuary:

Parahawking in Nepal with an Egyptian Vulture

Reblogging again because I am really happy with the way this gifset turned out, and because Im insanely jealous of this guy.

Also I run a (rarely updated) vulture blog. 

dangerscissor:

every friend group has that one friend that’s just a giant bird, who you might need to watch your back around lest you be impaled by their mighty talons. birds are ficklehearted, mysterious beasts. watch out for the bird friend.