Wow you had quite a weekend. How is the dead possum doing?
Turtles can travel for miles!!! Maybe not the newborns, but the adults have been found miles and miles from water traveling from one...
You can just put barley straw in water, I never needed to add poop
Turtles will travel miles from one water source to another. 20 feet is nothing. Believe it or not they are great climbers too. I have 9 sliders and they are a gregarious bunch. Never had any problems...
Glad it looks like he is going to be OK!!! I still have to put my RES out but we froze at night about 5-6 days ago. Waiting until this next storm goes by then out they go.
I have 15 acres of wetlands. There is a thin layer of moving water over it most of the year. I go harvest plants for my pond on a routine basis. This is the final year of the ongoing and much delayed...
Put an ad on craigs list "free fill dirt~ you dig"
It worked for me for one of my ponds!
Congrats Marilyn. A few days late but heartfelt all the same. Glad to hear you are feeling better and maybe we can both make it to the Ikeage this fall.
I have rooted the side shoots off of "pricey" maters. You can keep them going in the house over the winter and them "restart" them in the spring.
I have treated many stab wounds on my fish, and I have seen the herons stab frogs and the like. Yes they grab, but they stab too.
I agree with not getting close to them, if they see even the...
looks like what the Coach would call a football. I had one just like that is started out as a yamabuki and ended up a faded football.
Fortunately I didn't have to try to sell it the **** GBH got it.
The sound like awful little fish. Fighting and eating each other. Makes one wonder how they survived in the wild. Think I will stick to my bluegill.
Unless of course I can find the seeds at the...
Aren't you the optomist?
Why is it dead?
Did Russ kill it?
Thanks Russ to I should go to the nursery and look for bearded Chrysanthemum seeds? :stone:
Thanks Rain :mylove:
No those are not copepods. Copepods can barely be seen by the naked eye.
Those are fresh water amphipods called Gammarus. Basically like little tiny shrimp (except shrimp are decopods). They are...
I have no idea what it is, just ran across this picture in an email some one sent me. Its gorgeous and I want one or three. Anyone know what it is????
We had snow and mixed rain yesterday. March came in like a lion around here, so should go out like a lamb but I will believe it when I see it.
Sorry you lost a fish. Glad your ice is gone.
I had one up yesterday looking for food. She was eating algae off the liner.
Except I woke up to a light dusting of **************