My animal: Snowy Owl
once in a lifetime opportune moment
winter night, backyard sounds broke silence
unfamiliar noise appears be an owl‘s cry
outdoors quite overwhelmed soon identify
perched high amid snow-covered forest pines
beauty, pure white Snowy Owl features shine
to observe this vulnerable species so rare
handle camera and binoculars great care
My animal: moose
During the autumn season in the Northeast region of the United States,
hunters from far away, as well as residents, travel to the state of Maine
in hopes of securing a moose, one allowed per hunter.
A moose is considered to be the largest and heaviest member of the
existing deer family. The top weight listed for a mature adult male is
1,500 lbs. and females weigh in between 440 to 1,100 lbs.
It’s amazing an animal whose diets consists of daily munch, munch on
woody vegetation is known to produce high protein meat.
Whenever I think about slaughtering animals, other than cattle-chickens
and pigs) malaise overcomes me.
place = Karawatha Forest, Australia
emotion = keen
adjective = kind-hearted
verb = keep
my animal = Koala
Sometimes in life one forms opinions and for certain I always thought the
‘Koala‘ was a bear.
“It’s a marsupial whose adorable features give off the impression it’s a bear.”
“There are approximately a dozen Koalas” in the ‘Karawatha’ Forest, a nature
reserve near Brisbane, Australia.
This cutie is far from ‘keen‘, an observance made while watching it stare at a
plate of toxic Eucalyptus leaves.
‘Keep’ it away from a karaoke machine. It’s sickening high-pitched cry sounds
more like an elephant.
This animal, an epitome of a cartoon teddy bear, is far from ‘kind-hearted’ to
Look you can purchase the stuffed version (mother and baby) at Amazon ~ aww how cute!
Place: jungle gym
My animal: jay
From my apartment balcony I watched the ‘jay‘ over at the park’s ‘jungle-gym‘ as it
‘jam-packed‘ its beak with acorns.
Colored blue (North American) he and his mate both appeared quite ‘jovial’ pulling
acorns off tree branches.
Yet to witness was their dance of ‘jubilation‘ around the stockpile built with
upwards three thousand small acorns before proceeding to their next chore,
to bury them one by one in different places close to their hoard.