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Bird of the Day: Little Cormorant (Bangalore, Karnataka)


Originally posted on Raxa Collective:

Little Cormorant by Brinda Suresh - RAXA Collective

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Posted by on October 3, 2014 in 2014, animals, art, BIRD, nature

 

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Large number of salmon return to Columbia River

Large number of salmon return to Columbia River

Originally posted on KOIN.com:

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) – Hundreds of thousands of salmon are making their way from the ocean up the Columbia River this month, a windfall for salmon eaters and tribal and recreational fishermen in the Pacific Northwest.

It’s one of the largest runs since dam construction blocked river passage for fish. The run is forecast at 1.5 million salmon by year’s end – though fish managers say the final number may turn out to be lower.

More than 460,000 adult chinook have already passed over the Bonneville Dam on their way to spawning areas in native streams. That’s the first dam salmon cross in their migration upriver.

Monday’s 67,521 chinook were the largest single-day return since the dam was built in 1938.

Fish managers attribute the large run to good ocean conditions and improved habitat.

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1,0005 Followers! Thank You For Following The Donkey Whisperer Farm

1,0005 Followers! Thank You For Following The Donkey Whisperer Farm

 
 
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Posted by on September 7, 2014 in 2014, animals, Award, donkey, GOD, Jesus

 

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Flying Flowers~


Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC:

Love to plant specific plants to attract the butterflies in my garden!

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Wow! Did I have fun today! The San Diego Wild Animal Park had their spring Butterfly Encounter and this was the first year I was home to see it. The butterflies flew around you in an open-air aviary. (Please click to enlarge).
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We all were mesmerized. I was blown away by how gentle the little children were, cupping their hands to protect the landing butterflies.
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See for yourself, the butterflies were ethereal!
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The flowers were pretty amazing too~
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It was wonderful to be reminded how much children naturally love our planet’s creatures.
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The butterflies reminded me of the ones I saw in Iguazu Falls who loved to hitch rides on humans.
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You had to be inspected before you left to make sure you weren’t carrying out a hitchiker!
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They were not the least bit afraid.
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What an amazing experience!
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I almost made it out with this hitchiker on me!
Cheers…

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Posted by on April 10, 2014 in 2014, farm, garden, GOD, Jesus

 

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Interviewing Companies To Make Custom Fit Rope Halters For Donkeys, Horses and Mules


Friends of the Donkey Whisperer Farm,

RocketMan2012age18

My husband and I are now interviewing companies to make custom rope halters to sell in our business, Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC  for donkeys, (Mammoth, standard, mini and mules).  If you know of an outstanding company I can contact please let me know at Melody@donkeywhisperer.com.  Select Our store to see what we have available to date as we just opened for business on January 1st, 2014.  Soon we will be selling, coats, hats, vests, calendars and more.

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GOD bless you and your family two and four-legged!

Melody

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Rocky Mountain Elk Herd Arrives in Washington

Rocky Mountain Elk Herd Arrives in Washington

Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC:

We have Elk in Sequim, WA they come down out of the mountains, these are some big animals and gorgeous. I am praying they do not come through our new fence. :)

Originally posted on sustainablespu:

elkLate snowfall this year has delayed the usual feeding session of Rocky Mountain Elk, which is currently taking place in the L.T. Murray wildlife area located west of Ellensburg. The feeding program is usually scheduled for December, but the delayed nature of this year’s snowfall has pushed it all the way into March. Check out these awesome photos of the elk herd’s arrival, which will make you envious of wildlife photographers.

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