ghost-potato:

sEEiN RLY GOOD ART OF FAV CHARACTER LIKE

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toukos:

u ever have that friend where ur like. yes lets get an apartment together. lets adopt 200 cats. lets DO IT

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waywardandwanderlust:

heartsandmagic:

Cat doesn’t know what to do with the butterfly that flew on its paw.

I can’t breathe I’m laughing too hard

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debunkshy:

#red-eyed vireo (documentary)

#baxter’s hollow #wi

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cool-critters:

Tufted Coquette (Lophornis ornatus)

The Tufted Coquette is a tiny hummingbird that breeds in eastern Venezuela, Trinidad, Guiana and northern Brazil. It is an uncommon but widespread species, which appears to be a local or seasonal migrant, although its movements are not well understood. This small bird inhabits open country, gardens and cultivation. Tufted Coquettes are tame and approachable. Their food is nectar, taken from a variety of flowers, and some small invertebrates. The small size and steady flight means that this hummer often resembles a large bee as it moves from flower to flower.

photo credits: Juan Bahamon, alainrichert

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me whenever i see a pigeon: nice
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