Haiku: Oh deer

Stoic survivors

Gentle herds of herbivores

Wild on the landscape

Haiku by PamelaWLucas 2/24/17

Photo by good FBFriend 2/17, Tara McLaughlin

Tara feeds the deer that visit her property, as well as the foxes and raccoons.

 

Yes, deer will eat your shrubs and flowers, but there are certain species they will overlook, unless they are starving.  Read up and save your garden.

Haiku: Honey makers

Come honey makers

Pollinate the bee magic

Summer please bring them

Swallowtail butterfly nectaring on an orange lily
Swallowtail butterfly nectaring on an orange lily

When buying seeds for spring planting, consider growing flowers that attract honey bees and butterflies and end the use of harmful pesticides that kill the honey bee population and harm the butterfly cycle of life.

Haiku: The Rhino

Huge ancient creatures
Endangered by human greed
Find a way to help

Haiku poem by PamelaWLucas 2/22/17

Raise your awareness.  Look into helping.

 

Brodie digs #2…John Adams

Good digs…Our first vice president became the second president of the United States…John Adams was also the first president to live in the White House…he had the first White House stables built…and his dogs…Satan and Juno were the first pups to run on the new White House lawn.  Lots of firsts with #2!  President Adams was dedicated not only to serving his people…but to caring for his animals.  Paws Up for John Adams.