Your Photos: Nature around Lakewood

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  1. I think the squirrel is a baby; I saw them around just recently. You see them running out of their nest in trees and going on the tree a little; not further.

  2. The bird with the two rings around its neck is called a killdeer (for some reason). The funny thing it is doing with its wing is something that it does when scared, to somehow make itself look injured. When a predator comes, it will walk slowly away from its nest like this – attracting the attention of the predator to itself, and away from the nest. Then, when it has gotten it far enough, it flies off, and back to its nest. Other birds and some mammals do this as well. Especially with ground-nesting birds, this is important, as their nets are more vulnerable.
    Niflaos Haborei! The right instincts for each species!

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