How much walk can a Woodcock walk if a Woodcock could spot worms? WELL, Let me show you the cutest and weirdest bird walk that I've found so far...
This plant has developed a way to shoot the seeds into the air, and once they land, they "WALK" across the ground to find a good spot to germinate. Really.
Let me tell you about the night I thought I was visited by aliens.
YAAAASSSSSSSSS. Nom nom nom nom nom nom. Pan. Butter. Nom nom nom.
In medieval times those that ascribed to the Doctrine of Signatures thought the liver-shape of this plant meant it was useful in treating liver ailments. It's not. But it's still cool.
This fungus does not grow under the sea, but it sure looks like it!
It's not quite a Mountain Lion, which I'm glad about, especially when I'm hiking around in the woods.
"Who cooks for you? Who cooks for you all?" Probably not this owl. I think they are into more of a raw food kind of thing.
This plant flowers on tall tubular spikes, and loves wet locations. Hang ten, dude!
Funny I found this "nursery web" spider protecting it's babies in the egg sack!
If you like Buckeye Butterflies then add this plant to your garden.
I find the dainty short-lived delicate mushrooms to be very charming.
A lovely little white lily that blooms in mid-spring.
An unusual pre-historic plant that contains up to 10% silicon!
I met a guy that ate poison ivy. Seriously.
If you see a lot of white-barked large trees off in the distance, you can bet that there is a river or creek (or body of water) nearby!
My first reaction: "What on earth is this crazy Willy Wonka fuzzy ball growing from a thin branch on an oak tree I don't understand how this can be real and also WHAT IS IT"