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post #81 of 103 (permalink) Old 06-12-2013, 12:19 AM Thread Starter
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here are the things I have did to help animals, the moon, the first star, mt.rainier and the sunset. goodbye after today keep this thread going.
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post #82 of 103 (permalink) Old 06-12-2013, 08:15 AM
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Thanks for sharing your photos blu the betta, you made a bat house that is awesome I love bats too, I see the Evening Bats in the summer time just before sundown they fly around to catch the flying insects. There is one that will even fly above me and I named him Batley..lol Of course he is to fast for me to get a photo of.

I would very much like to know what type of bats you made your box for and if any use it. Bats help us by eating all the bugs we dont need so many of so its nice we can repay them be watching over them and making a box like you did for them to live safely in. The evening bats like in hollows of trees so I am sure they also would use a box like yours to live in.

I have that same humming bird feeder mine is a little smaller though I need to get a bigger one. I am also starting to see baby rabbits they are so cute !

Are you leaving us it that why you said to keep this thread going and the sad little face at the end ? If you are that is sad but I promise to keep this thread going even if I am all alone in doing it. It is and important thread and so are you for all you do to help the animals, never stop doing that okay, they need as many people as they can get to help out so they can have a happy healthy life. Thank you blu the betta for all you do !

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He said in another thread that he was likely leaving.
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Oh that is sad Matt, did he say why he was leaving ?

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Here is the photo my son took of the Grackle that visit his back yard, we love them !
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He did not say why, but I have noticed a growing trend of people leaving, sadly.

Those grackle look awesome!
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Heres a tree weta living in a box. He was huge, like 10 cm.

And a one eyed koaro we found, they climb all over you

And a giant kokopu

Endangered canterbury mudfish, they breathe air like bettas

Male redfin bully

And some fur seals coz they are cute

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Thanks Matt Grackles are some awesome birds, they leave our area late summer and return each Spring. We get sad when they leave and look so forward to their return, each Spring we have a contest to see who will be the first to see the return of the first Grackle...lol I have my son on board trying to get some more photos of the birds that visit his backyard and I will be at his house this weekend so I will try and get photos too.

trilobite thanks for sharing your photos I enjoyed seeing them very much, the canterbury mudfish is one great looking fish, so sad they are endangered. The tree weta is sure strange looking never seen one of those, do you see a lot of them living in trees where you live in NZ ? The redfin bully is adorable ! Of course the seals must be about everyones favorite animal they are so cute and I just love them

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Im leaving because my parents don't like me talking to adults. the bat house is for the smallest bats in the world. the western pipisterlle bat. not sure about the spelling. my only wish is to keep this thread going. great pics guys. your all awesome.

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What a great thread! Thank you so much for starting it, Blu.
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