My favorite time of year, when I can bring some of the beauty of the outdoors, inside.
Okay, who doesn’t like sea otters. They don’t look it but they are quite fierce animals.
Wild California Sea Otters,
of floating koala bears.
Like koalas they have a laid back approach to life,
and don’t sweat the small stuff!
This pup is clearly embracing the parental philosophy.
Cheers to you from Moro Bay California’s wild sea otters~
Now this is a story I can get behind!
The Rat’s name is Magawa. They say he is too small to set off the landmines. He is celebrating his award by eating a large piece of watermelon. Go, Magawa, go!
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As fuzzy and lovely as these critters are, they are wild, as that dead seal can no longer tell you!
This is what we saw polar bears doing, as they wait for the ice to freeze, so they can go hunt seals on Hudson Bay. Works for me. I love doing all of these things!
The cub is eating the spine with ribs attached of a mammal the bears killed and you can see the dark colored blood on the rocks from their kill site. There was also another critter here that mama and baby bear continuously growled at. Most likely another bear, but we never saw it hiding in the rocks.
Scientists disagree about whether Hudson Bay polar bears eat or hunt while they wait for the ice to freeze, but this cub has the blood on his paw to prove he does both!
We nearly missed this big bear swimming near our zodiac.
Here he is leaving the water.
And of course the play. We saw mamas and…
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Lovely, lovely photo by Douglas Moorezart. Inspiring and enpowering sentiment by Viola Davis
Summer artwork of Betty Davidson. Thanks for sharing, Betty!
Came across this lovely image by John MacDonald on Vicki Goodwin’s blog – The Page Turner. Lovely, just lovely.