Archive for the ‘Animals’ Category

Mountain Lake Update: AQUATIC PET RESCUE BOX, AQUATIC PET RESCUE BOX, AQUATIC PET RESCUE BOX!

Tuesday, November 1st, 2016

And the poor red-eared slider is all, “No, not the box! Not the box again!”

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And oh yes, EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION FOR GIRLS will run you, you know, 30-something thousand dollars a year. Times nine, Gentle Reader. Oh, twins? Then times eighteen. Welcome to Frisco.

This Cat Owns the Filbert Steps – Kitty is Quite the Commuter

Friday, October 28th, 2016

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The Wild Parrots Not of Telegraph Hill – As Seen Over the Eucalyptus of Golden Gate Park

Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

The range of dese boids has increased a lot since I first saw them on the Filbert Steps some 11 years ago:

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Speaking of which, they still hang out there, but they aren’t as approachable as back in the day:

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FAQ

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And some shots from the Aughts

Beach Horse, Mountain Horse, Marin County

Monday, October 24th, 2016

Up, up, up – this critter is the SUV of Horses:

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Never seen this…

Pale Male, West Coast? This Hawk Sure Seems to Like Hanging About the Transamerica Pyramid

Thursday, October 20th, 2016

Flying about and perching up there, way up high, like Pale Male of New Yawk City:

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Push Me Pull You Dog, Baker Beach

Monday, September 19th, 2016

This critter kept fooling me – is two dogs there? But if it’s just one dog, which way is it going?

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Man, what a tail on that pooch…

Giant Spider Web Takes Up a Full Story of the “Treasure Tower” Pagoda in Frisco’s Japanese Tea Garden

Tuesday, September 6th, 2016

Four stories for us and one for what must be a giant spider

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Be afraid.

But come anyway, for free, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays afore 10:00 AM…

Dragonflies Join Mile High Club in Golden Gate Park

Tuesday, August 30th, 2016

Not flying:

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Then flying:

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This is news to me – you can fly and have sex at the same time, if you’re a Common Green Darner anyway.

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The Dragonflies and Damselflies of San Francisco Bay Area sure have colorful names…

Multiple, Multiple COYOTE ADVISORY Signs, Telegraph Hill, Frisco

Thursday, August 11th, 2016

They mostly come at night, mostly, I assume, since I’ve never seen one in the daytime.

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(Here are the older signs, for the record.)

Anyway, I don’t know how much more our SFGov can do, you know, than what they’re already doing. These critters were here before us and they’ll be here after we’re gone.

Get used to it…

Your View of the South Farallon Islands as You Climb Out from SFO – Can You See Frisco’s Biggest Mouse Infestation?

Friday, August 5th, 2016

No, you cannot, but they’re still there.

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You can read up to learn how we can Restore the Farallones.

Basically, the Feds would pay some company to place poison all over, prolly from a chopper.

Someday we’ll get this done…