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Category Archives: Wildlife
My right-handed uncle used to call left-handed baseball pitchers “squirrely”. As a youngster, I thought “squirrely” meant “nuts” or “goofy” until we moved to the Oregon woods and I observed the crafty little critters first hand. I enjoy watching a … Continue reading
Stay alert, especially in California, and you’ll see a variety of wild critters: foxes and coyotes and roadrunners in the desert. Even the city of San Francisco is home to colorful wild parrots on Telegraph Hill, feisty raccoons in the … Continue reading
What is the difference between a donkey and a burro? The dictionary defines a burro as a small donkey used as a pack animal in the southwestern United States and Mexico; a donkey, Equus asinus, is an ass; an ass … Continue reading