When we go to the zoo we go for entertainment not education but think of what we could learn from the animals at the zoo. Animals are great teachers. They can teach us a lot. What can animals teach us you ask? In my opinion, animals can teach us a lot. Animals can teach us how to:
- Take care of our kids.
- How animals and people should be treated.
- Animals gestures teach us not to take things for granted.
- Animals teach us they are not dumb.
These are only a few things animals teach us, so pay attention to the lesson there trying to teach us.
I mentioned animals can teach us a lot and taking care of their babies is one thing they excel at. Very rarely does an animal reject its baby. Animals are usually pretty loving to their babies and takes care of them very well.
Yes, I feel animals can teach us how they should be treated as well as people just by their expressions and gestures.
Animals have different expressions and gestures but be very careful because a caged up animal can turn on you at any second because their not tame. This teaches not to take animals for granted.
Animals aren’t dumb not by a long shot. In my opinion, a lot of animals are smarter than some people. Yes, we’ve all met animals and we’ve all met people. The verdict is usually the same. Animals come out smarter most of the time.
Please Don’t Abuse Or Neglect Animals!
Some animals are to be loving and stress-free pets. Other animals live in the wild. Either way, Don’t abuse or neglect them!
I’m including some links for abused and neglected animals if you want to read further.
Animal Abuse and Neglect:Humane Society of the…, Animal Neglect Facts: Animal Defense Fund, Understanding the Link Between Animal Abuse and Family and if you want to choose your link, you can go to Animal Abuse and Neglect(bing.com)
Article By: Crystal Stewart
Photo Credit for Kentucky Zoo Pictures: Eyth Family
Photo Credit for Bobcat Picture: Sedon Family
Photo Credit for Baby Ducky Picture: Eyth Family
Photo Credit for Bear Picture: Moultrie Game Camera
Photo Credit for both Cat Pictures: Crystal Stewart
The other night we had something exciting happen again. A bear came into our backyard. We think he may have even laid down in our daisies around that are around are back deck. As you see in the picture, he went to our salt lick then walked toward the camera. My neighbor saw his paw prints in the grass and measured them. The paw prints measured 1 inches long and 8 inches wide. I know to some that seeing a bear in your backyard doesn’t seem exciting but it is for us. Then to know he laid down in our daisies by our deck. Wish I would have had a game camera mounted on the deck facing the backyard. Still got pictures of the bear though.
Below are pictures of the bear that visited us. Also, there are pictures where “Big Daddy” Bear laid.
*Please Note: The AM Should Be PM On The Picture.*
Above is a slide show I’ve put together of the Memorial Day Evening 2017 Rainbow and Before and After Pictures of the trees down to the shed to the trees being cut down because they were in a dangerous position. I hope you enjoy the Slideshow.
Hi everyone, sorry I haven’t blogged for a while but my family and I have been dealing with an unexpected emergency. Let me explain. On Memorial Day Afternoon after everyone had gone we sat down to watch the news about 4 PM Eastern Time. Within 5 minutes we heard a crash. Our Wild Cherry tree came down on our shed.
There was a group of 3 trees and the one tree came down on the shed and the other 2 trees got stuck in our 2 pine trees which put the trees in a dangerous position. The fire department put caution tape around the trees and the area where it was dangerous. 🙂🙂 I’m happy to say the 3 Wild Cherry trees are down.🙂
Project number 2 is cleaning out the shed so we can tear it down. 🙂I’m happy to say this is done.🙂
Project number 3 is getting the 2 Pine Trees cut down that the then buy a new shed and it get it built and get everything in it. 🙂I’m happy to say the 2 Pine Trees are finally cut down.🙂
Project number 4 is buying a new shed and getting it built and put in its place.
Then on Father’s Day what happens, a branch brought a power line down behind the neighbor’s garage. The next thing we know there is a big bright orange ball were seeing and that was from the transformer blowing. So no electricity until early afternoon.
When we get a new shed, I will share the pictures with you.
😎😎I’m happy to be back photo-blogging.😎😎
The saying A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words is so True. We have at least 3 new Fawns. The pictures below are literally poetry through Pictures of Nature.
*Please Note: The Times on the Pictures say pm but should be am.*
A POEM THROUGH PICTURES BY: Crystal Stewart
There are four seasons that occur during the year. The seasons are: Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. In some places three or all four seasons can happen in one day but not officially. Each season has an official start date and an official end date.
Spring officially started on March 20, 2017 and will officially end on June 21, 2017. Summer is almost here. I like Spring and Summer so much I wrote a poem about SPRING IS HERE.
SPRING IS HERE
Spring Is Here and the flowers are blooming~Their heads poke up through the ground~ They think will I live to see the day~I’m a blooming flower or will I die from the frost?~A Flower’s life is actually like a human’s life~It is uncertain and always will remain Uncertain.~So when you’re walking through a flower garden remember that it took~A lot Of work and a lot Tender Loving care~For these flowers to get to be as beautiful as they Are,~ So when it rains and the breeze blows across the flowers~Don’t be upset~but be Grateful~ Because the rain and the breeze helps make the flowers~Grow and be Beautiful so we can enjoy them.
Poem And Pictures By: Crystal Stewart(2017)
SPRING IS HERE LINK By: Bing.com
The Countryside~Large~Wide~Steep~Flat~Beautiful~Home To Lots Of Animals~
A Great Place To Live~What More Can A Person~Or Animal Want?
*Please Note* The Slide Show Is just Some Examples Of What You’ll Find In The Country.
Please Enjoy The Slide Show.
*Picture Credit For The Bobcat Picture(Andrea & Bob Sedon) And the Picture Credit For The Rest Of The Pictures Are From Our Trail Camera).