Baytown Bert

Critters seen while caching

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I suspect there is a critter in the pipe in front of me.  :angel:

 

Thanks, now I'll be striving all night to get that image out of my head. Lol

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I don't know whether to creep away because methane will slowly creep upon me soon, or to press play somewhere for the twerk of the century!  :2funny:

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I don't know whether to creep away because methane will slowly creep upon me soon, or to press play somewhere for the twerk of the century!  :2funny:

ELOL!!!!

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I suspect there is a critter in the pipe in front of me.  :angel:

Speaking of mossie swams, I dont recall the county fogger trucks looking like this one? ???

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I suspect there is a critter in the pipe in front of me.  :angel:

Speaking of mossie swams, I dont recall the county fogger trucks looking like this one? ???

 

 

Now, now...no need for name calling. BB might not like being called a "county fogger." Lol

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I ran into one a ton of these today while out caching  :disappoint:  :disappoint:  :disappoint:  :disappoint:

 

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The variety I am seeing is a very small insect, but voracious.

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Walked up on this cicada in Alvin yesterday.

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Beautiful picture Bert!

 

Hopefully you were talking about the cicada pic.... :2funny:

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Beautiful picture Bert!

 

Hopefully you were talking about the cicada pic.... :2funny:

 

 

*SIGH*

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Saw a rather unusual squirrel this morning ( No it wasnt Bert!) This one was almost completely flat :stirpot:

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the squirrel seemed to have been opened up a wee bit.  not just run over.  and it was on the bike/marathon path.

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the squirrel seemed to have been opened up a wee bit. not just run over. and it was on the bike/marathon path.
Is that a flying squirrel???

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the squirrel seemed to have been opened up a wee bit. not just run over. and it was on the bike/marathon path.

Is that a flying squirrel???

 

You guessed it:) I told Rocky not to drink all that Guinness! Or maybe its a new type of Frisbee >:D

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the squirrel seemed to have been opened up a wee bit. not just run over. and it was on the bike/marathon path. Is that a flying squirrel??? You guessed it:) I told Rocky not to drink all that Guinness! Or maybe its a new type of Frisbee >:D
That most famous flying friend, what a fabulous find!

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the squirrel seemed to have been opened up a wee bit. not just run over. and it was on the bike/marathon path.

Is that a flying squirrel???

 

 

not any more....

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I saw this nutria swimming in the canal near Gone Postal #3 (GC4K8BV).  It was about 2+ feet long. 

 

 

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GC2KEAC ▼ Twilight - Just here for the Blood!

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Beetles I can handle.  Roaches?  Been to a bird house that was filled with them. 

 

Guess it's like squirrels vs. rats.  The fuzzy tail makes it all ok, right?

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I found 2 LPC's like this today close to Columbus.

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Those are LPC beetles.

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I seriously thought of The Mummy scarabs when I saw that picture.

You're lucky it was quick BB...otherwise I've seen them go in people's skin worse than chiggers!!  :startled:

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