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Not Really Laughing
How Many Babies?
A Doting Mate
Mr. and Mrs. Dirt (waaay Before Kids)
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A Face Only Mama Can Love
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Great Egret Pair
Uh, Get A Room, You Two
16 thoughts on “Love Is In The Air (Sound!)”
Language students also know about conjugation.
It’s an accepted worldwide concept, but only the human animal considers the act uncouth if not done ‘properly.’
Such a fun post, Shannon! I saw a pair of whistling ducks with their babies last weekend, and up at the Willow City loop a while back I found two “fierce ground beetles” (Pasimachus californicus) mating. They certainly looked fierce, at about three inches long, but they clearly were in love, and too busy to bother with me. Besides, they don’t fly. They just run around in leaf litter, and do their thing.
Happy Earth Day — even though the date has passed. As you say, every day should be earth day.
No photo of the mating Prairie Falcons at Garden of the Gods? I still worry about the poor priests!
Haha! This is a re-post from last year and I completely forgot about the Falcons! Embedding here now, just in case. I’ll have to remember add the priest story to my GoG post. Thanks for the gentle reminder!
Thanks, Tanja. I’m afraid my brain hasn’t completely returned from Spring Break week.
Fun post Shannon, and fantastic photos…all in the accompaniment to Tom Jones belting out his famous song. Happy spring to you and all your wildlife friends~~
The wren eggs hatched two days ago, and a herd of pregnant doe bedding down in back, so it’s no doubt gonna be a great year here, Jet. Have a wonderful, spring!
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Saw two baboons have fun on a high rock this morning…hehe…
Okay, so I’ll just say it. Perv! 😀
Oh to have baboons to watch, Adrian. Hope you and the fam are well.
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What a heartwarming post 🙂 We been watching a mating pair of house sparrows make a nest in the hollow of the apple tree in our back yard, so we’ve also noted a heavy does of amour in the air!
Spring is just so fun that way, isn’t it? Enjoy it!
Great photos and captions :-). So sweet that you included your husband and yourself. Congratulations on being best friends for more than 20 years!
Ha! I couldn’t resist putting some ‘not nature’ in it too. Love is definitely in the air over here. Thanks, and enjoy your spring, Myriam!
BTW, the previous post what we DID on our anniversary. We are such birdie addicts!