Ducks and flamingoes are not typically found in the same environment, due to the fact that they have very different needs and habits, but here we see two ducks blending in with the flamboyance of flamingoes. And yes, flamboyance is the collective noun for a group of flamingoes! Isn’t that neat?
We have absolutely no idea who it was that came up with all these collective nouns back in the day, but whoever it was, they were brilliant at their job. Flamingoes really do look like a flamboyant bunch, standing on one leg with their dazzlingly pink feathers, and their slender necks.
Wild Turkey Visit
Turkeys are traditionally considered the center of the Thanksgiving feast, so is it any wonder that when we see these wild turkeys, we think of Thanksgiving? Clearly, we're not the expert when it comes to observing turkeys in the wild, so we're pretty impressed with how big these birds look.
After a bit of research, we discovered that wild turkeys used to be an endangered species in the United States, but thankfully, conservation efforts over the past century have helped to bring their populations back. Nowadays, turkeys can be found all over the country, with many people enjoying watching them in the wild.
Have you ever wondered what deer are up to when you’re in your house? Trail cameras are awesome tools for giving a sneak peek into their lives and whereabouts during the darkest time of the night while you are sound asleep at home. Well, here we have one surprised deer who was not expecting to have his picture taken.
Unlike some other mammals that may make their way into our neighborhoods, deer are one of those animals that most people recognize but know very little about. But there is always more to learn. Did you know that male deer grow new antlers every spring? Well, they do, and it’s amazing to consider how quickly they grow.
The Bobcat Cam
This bobcat was out for a stroll one day when he decided to come and check out this shiny thing he hadn’t seen before. Then the camera took a snap of him as he was getting closer. He soon found out that this little thing also flickers and snaps, quite unlike any animal he knows.
While some animals may be curious about cameras and investigate them, others may be wary or even frightened by them and a fair few might even feel threatened by them and attack. This bobcat was definitely curious. He didn't mind getting up close and personal with this strange object at all.
As cute as cats may be – even large cats – this is not something you want to see on your security footage from outside of your home, especially if you’ve got cats (or dogs) of your own. We all know that animals, whether wild or domesticated, can get territorial.
The last thing you want to hear late at night is a cat or dog fight and have to worry about your furry friends. Fortunately, this is just another housecat. It could be worse, after all, you wouldn't want a cougar or bobcat in your yard. That cat (or dog) fight could get ugly!