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I think I’ve done it. I’m officially nuts
I took my chicks day old pictures to send to the breeder that gave me the eggs on my dinner table. 79 more words


Webcam Captures 100 Endangered Baby Turtles Hatching in Florida

An endangered species just got a slight population boom. A live webcam in the Florida Keys captured the hatching of approximately 100 baby loggerhead sea turtles… 123 more words

Sea turtle nest hatching

Image from the Facebook page of Save A Turtle. (This is not one of the turtles from the video, by the way. I just wanted to give you a close up in daylight to go with the amazing night time webcam video!) 191 more words

Wild Things

Monarch Hatching

I am so excited! I woke up to a bunch of little caterpillars munching on their eggs. I had over thirty eggs and now I am going to be able to truly follow them from start to release!

Butterfly Gardening

Wretched Richard's Almanac: The Egg and I

July 24, 1934

Ornithologists at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, having precious little to do in 1934, hatched – or rather engineered the hatching of, since they didn’t actually sit on the eggs themselves or do much of anything other than whisper words of encouragement to those actually sitting on the eggs – the very first ptarmigans in captivity. 178 more words


Incubate your own

ONE of the cheapest and most rewarding ways to raise chickens is from chicks, incubated in your own house. But while there are plenty of joys in this process, there are also many aspects to be wary of. 278 more words

A few changes

It’s been.. a while.

Okay, twenty seven months. Not a little time, but a lot of changes.

To quickly cover the two main “unfinished stories” from earlier posts (longer thoughts to hopefully follow later), in no particular order: 260 more words