While deer and other animals have a innate love for green grass, humans remain in a paradox with the fine green blades.
Our summers are filled with going to the market for a full gas can, mowing through the farm stores to find a good blade chopper, and spending hours upon hours upon a small steel horse only to allow us to stand in awe at that luscious, just-cut green carpet.
Yes, our love-hate relationship with our yards appears to be neverending. In all of these years of spending precious summer hours tending to deer feed, humans are yet to find a replacement more suitable for our taste than that of a deer.
The European Starling will often evict the Red-bellied Woodpecker from its nest. The male has a wider tongue tip and longer bill than the female, allowing him to reach deeper into crevices to find prey. Studies have shown the male forages on the tree trunk, while the female forages mostly on limbs.
A Poodle walks into the Groomer’s.
Groomer says, “What will it be today?”
Poodle says, “well I want it going with my waves on top, faded on one side, plug the other, and just make it all out of shape and messed up.”
Barber says, “Now why in the world do you want your hair cut like that.”
Poodle says, “That’s how you cut it last time”