It takes all of us picking up trash even when it is not our trash to keep our roads looking nice.
“I just heard a pack of coyotes kill a small dog.”
Have you seen (or made) this statement in neighborhood groups on social media? It’s one of the most common sources of panic in the suburbs. And, in almost all cases, it’s actually not true. Coyotes live in small family groups of 2-8 individuals, usually a mated pair and their young […]
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT on Behalf of Hummingbirds
This hummingbird is unable to retract her tongue due to fungal spores that have germinated on her tongue or in her gullet caused by folks mixing honey or anything other than plain white sugar with water. She will die because she can no longer feed. If you have feeders, PLEASE USE ONLY […]
Wildlife in North Avondale: February 2022
I’ve been thinking about creatures, other than humans, that live in/about Rose Hill. Here is my list, other than cats (domestic), dogs, hamsters, gerbils: Deer, possum, squirrels, chipmunk, mouse, groundhog, raccoon, coyote (though I haven’t seen one in the last year or two… where are they?), sewer rat (last one […]