Turtles, Doves, All In The Family

Shelly Snapper

Doves on a gopher mound

Freddy Fly Catcher

Cinnamon Quacker

Harry Headbanger

Shirley Snapper, Shelly’s sister

The other side of Shelly Snapper, Shirley’s sister

Fish

Fish fart

Barney Bullfrog

Bob Bullfrog’s Back

Bethany Bullfrog, Barney’s sister

Peter Porcupine sleeping

Doris and Diesel Duck checking out the ducky looking grass.

Gabby Grebe in hiding

49 thoughts on “Turtles, Doves, All In The Family

    • Thanks, Lavinia. These were the critters I encountered walking the mile to see Nora and fuzzy.

    • Thanks, Rebecca. As I mentioned to Lavinia, these were the critters I encountered on may way to and from visiting Nora Owl and Fuzzy.

  1. Now that is a diverse set of images subjects! Actually never seen a porcupine in the wild (not really a Midwest creature) and you made me laugh out loud at the fish fart.

    • Fish farts are quite explosive. Porcupines are interesting, large rodents. Thanks, Brian.

  2. As a native German-speaker, there is always something funny with the word “turtle”, because we have “Turteltauben” (=European turtle doves) in Europe and learned about the word “turtles” in English, so the brain always feels the irritating double-sense as a joke – nice to see, you probably know. πŸ˜„

    • I love playing with words. It’s safer than playing with the wild critters. Thanks, Mary Jo.

  3. Unless the Fish name is mr. Fish, I think someone’s left out! πŸ˜‰
    I agree with Mary Jo, by the way! πŸ˜‰
    Your paradise has very interesting creatures and I love your interactions [even if some don’t talk back! ;-)].

  4. How nice your photos are! Are you the one who gives all your neighbors their names or did they introduced themselves that way? πŸ™‚

    • Hi Flo. I name them based on how their personalities of lack of personality stuck me.

    • Thanks, dunelight. I’m of Welsh decent and my Viking wife calls me a “bog dweller”. That may be why I like critters that hang out in the shallows and muddy banks around here.

    • You have a different type of wildlife in the urban environment. More of wild life. Thanks, Resa.

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