vixyish:

chazzfox:

pantheista:

Here’s a little teaching :)

mmm smooth neck feathers eh? EH?

The only thing I disagree with: I’ve seen my local crows do LOTS of soaring and aerobatics.

vixyish:

chazzfox:

pantheista:

Here’s a little teaching :)

mmm smooth neck feathers eh? EH?

The only thing I disagree with: I’ve seen my local crows do LOTS of soaring and aerobatics.


Link’s in modern clothing! Click for full size.
bless the fact that Time actually stands like that in game tho

Link’s in modern clothing! Click for full size.

bless the fact that Time actually stands like that in game tho

Hey guys!! I uploaded a Hey Arnold! design that you can purchase for $20 *u* It would mean a lot if you got it! If no one purchases it within 60 days it gets taken off, but c’est la vie, right? You can buy it by clicking

»HERE

hidden ability: able to make a bed out of anything.

durbikins:

Bruh, she’s not fuckin around.

ssoja:

I’m very very late ! ê___ê’

Here some pics of my children book”The little Red Wolf” ! :>

Now available in french bookstore and on amazon (the picture of the book on amazon is very very ugly but the book look really better for real…ù__ù) !

(Pretty photos of the book by Jonathan Garnier : http://a-lifi.tumblr.com/ )

nymre:

zuko, dad of dragon durk headcanon’s are very important to me. actually, zuko’s daily life is very important to me. or just. zuko

prrb:

please turn on the audio for this

you must.

you must.

batcii:

smoo told me to draw zutara week stuff so instead i drew some modern au gaang. sorry for my shitty handwriting.

lunochod:

most awkward kidnapping ever

trying to find my way around storyboard pro
and i wanted to do sth with this audioclip for a long time anyway
so ye 

trubirdfacts:

gather round children it is time for some actual tru bird facts okay i am here to tell u all about angel wing (and why you shouldnt feed waterfowl bread)
angel wing is a syndrome most commonly seen in waterfowl (ducks,geese, etc.) in which their last wing joint twists around and causes the end of the wing to flip out. waterfowl with angel wing cant fly and often have a shorter lifespan than birds without the syndrome.
so how do waterfowl get angel wing? in one word, malnutrition. in more words, from people feeding them bread.
bread (white bread especially) is essentially candy for ducks and geese. it has 0 nutritional value but they eat it because it tastes good and they dont know its bad for them. its also really easy for them to get, because people literally throw it at them. 
feeding waterfowl bread products is bad for more reasons too:
it causes overcrowding because animals flock to easy sources of food.
uneaten bread causes water pollution and can lead to the destruction of pond flora and fauna.
uneaten bread can also attract rodents and insects.
bread gives ducks diarrhea, which introduces diseases into pond systems that will definitely infect people.
feeding causes waterfowl to abandon natural behaviors and become buddy buddy with people which is 100% never ever good for wildlife.
now, i understand your nostalgia and urge to feed the ducks. and while that still isnt the best thing to do (see the last bullet point), there are better things to feed waterfowl than bread:
duck feed you can buy in a store (or even at some locations)
cracked corn, barley and other such grains
regular bird seed
defrosted peas
other stuff mentioned here!
tl;dr: feeding waterfowl bread products harms both the birds and the ecosystem, but alternatives such as bird seed or grapes can let you keep the fun of pond feedings without the death count!

trubirdfacts:

gather round children it is time for some actual tru bird facts okay i am here to tell u all about angel wing (and why you shouldnt feed waterfowl bread)

angel wing is a syndrome most commonly seen in waterfowl (ducks,geese, etc.) in which their last wing joint twists around and causes the end of the wing to flip out. waterfowl with angel wing cant fly and often have a shorter lifespan than birds without the syndrome.

so how do waterfowl get angel wing? in one word, malnutrition. in more words, from people feeding them bread.

bread (white bread especially) is essentially candy for ducks and geese. it has 0 nutritional value but they eat it because it tastes good and they dont know its bad for them. its also really easy for them to get, because people literally throw it at them. 

feeding waterfowl bread products is bad for more reasons too:

  • it causes overcrowding because animals flock to easy sources of food.
  • uneaten bread causes water pollution and can lead to the destruction of pond flora and fauna.
  • uneaten bread can also attract rodents and insects.
  • bread gives ducks diarrhea, which introduces diseases into pond systems that will definitely infect people.
  • feeding causes waterfowl to abandon natural behaviors and become buddy buddy with people which is 100% never ever good for wildlife.

now, i understand your nostalgia and urge to feed the ducks. and while that still isnt the best thing to do (see the last bullet point), there are better things to feed waterfowl than bread:

  • duck feed you can buy in a store (or even at some locations)
  • cracked corn, barley and other such grains
  • regular bird seed
  • defrosted peas
  • other stuff mentioned here!

tl;dr: feeding waterfowl bread products harms both the birds and the ecosystem, but alternatives such as bird seed or grapes can let you keep the fun of pond feedings without the death count!