The wildlife crew. This class has been hands-down one of my most favorites. I learned so much in a hands-on way that was so fun these past 10 days. In a beautiful location with great friends, good food, and of course some great wildlife.
Today is #WorldOrangutanDay
, a day to celebrate the beauty of this gentle primate, as well as bring much needed attention to the threats they face in the wild.
Eye to eye with a Polar Bear.
Eastern Lubber Grasshoppers have bright colors around their body to tell predators it’s poisonous. This grasshopper uses the plants it eats to their advantage allowing them to secrete toxic substances. Lubber is an old English word that translates to clumsy. Makes sense cause their movement it’s quite slow and a little clumsy! 🌿
Giraffe: “Hey 🦓, do you mind?! trying to get a 🦒 family photo here...”
Weekend vibes 🌟 Leopards are nocturnal and usually rest during the day in thick brush or trees. This stunning female leopard was spotted by @laurence_kruger
near our campus😺
Recently I added another wildlife track print to my tattoo to commemorate my time at the Rocky Mountain Raptor Program. Today I worked my last treatment shift (for now, hopefully not ever) and then got to meet one of my favorite raptors. 🦉💚 So here is an awkward minimal clothing photo of me creeping hard on the majestic species that inspired my last ink (that I wanted to be seen no matter how weirdly I had to stand). #tattoo #greathornowl #GHOW #wildlifetracks #raptoreducation #wildlifeconservation #rmrp #owl
THANK YOU @foxenestarr
for the beautiful tattoo work and thank you @rockymountainraptorprogram
for all the amazing wildlife work
Lichen’s been helping out with the dishes 🐾🐾
Napa’s foot is healed and she’s back with her pack-mate Rainier!
I love Tawny Owls, owls in general, they look mysterious and wise.