iOTWr Critters

Images from:

1 ghost (bald eagle) in Verplanck, NY
2 Supernightshade (Draco)
3 Capt. Pat (Otaria flavescens, or Patagonian sea lion) waking from a nap.
4 Different Tim (Giraffe sculpture)
5 Little Sis (Crazy Ralph the Bluebird) Dreaming lofty dreams
6 Anymouse (Young Eagle)
7 Misterdux (Charlie) catching some ZZZZZZs
8 Truckbuddy (Sammy)
9 systemically confused (Kilo and Logan)

Submit your critter pictures for an upcoming Sunday Critters. Please email them to:

crittersiotwr@earthlink.net

They must be a picture you (or family/friend) took and are willing to have us publish them on this site. Do not send any images you found on the internet.

Use ‘Critters’ in the subject line. Include your screen name in the body of the email. Tell me the name of your critter so I can include it with your screen name. Let us know in the comments any other info you want to share!

NEEDED: If you send me pictures for any of the following themes, please tell me the name of the theme they are for.

  • Hide From the Riots” – Please have your pictures in to me by Friday Noon. – Critters hiding
  • “Pet”erans Day – for our special friends, past and present.
  • Boxed Critters” – I have several kitty-in-a-box pictures, so if you have any more OR different critters in boxes, please send them in! – Theme idea from Dadof4.

Thanks!

9 Comments on iOTWr Critters

  1. You never realize the size of a bald eagle until one flys directly overhead. Good morning all.

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  2. What an array! Great eagle pics and of course the awesome bearded dragon. Fantastic job, Claudia!

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  3. I have had a pigeon plop on the bill of my baseball cap while riding my bike thru a park once. I wouldn’t want an eagle to dump its load on me. One of the funniest things I ever saw was when a seagull took a dump on our company commander while we were out on the grinder in boot camp being inspected. It’s hard to stifle a laugh with a straight face and not get caught.

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  4. …this was a picture the vet took of Draco when we took Draco to him for being constipated. This is a wonderful vet and this is the best picture anyone ever took of him, and it was just before he and an assistant took him into another room and manually made him poop. The smell that you get whena bearded dragon’s weeks-long cricket-corpse filled bowels being suddenly unplugged is indescribable.

    It is a sign of how blessed this Nation is, that we are so far advanced that we can find a highly skilled man to clear a lizard’s bowels on short notice.

    Certainly the LIZARD is grateful!

    Thank you Claudia,

    And God Bless America!

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