I’m pretty sure once a coyote, always a coyote. Check out Cindy Knoke’s pictures of coyotes that she took! Click on the pic, and it will take you to her coyotes.
I changed my mind. I’m a wolf! Yip, bark, arooo, yip.
Not so fast little buddy! I’m going to ask my cousin Wilbear. He lives on a shipping container across town.
Howdy Beary! I’d say he’s a coyote.
Well, maybe you guys aren’t Grizzly Bears?
As sure as you and Beary live in the same mural, Beary and I are grizzlies. I’d like to add if people click on the mural above, they can see how splendid it is.
Also, if you click on Cindy‘s Grizzly pic below, you will be transported to Cindy’s pics of our real grizzly cousins!
Well, yip yip, aarooo!
A big “thank you” to Cindy Knoke, a fave blogger of mine. She takes fabulous photographs, and shares them with us. Her blog is visually gorgeous and educational. She has joined with me to help make Kids’ Month into a special time.
Click on her pic, or name to visit her blog.
Pics of Street Art Bears & Coyote taken by Resa – October 25 & 26, 2017
Owls are amazing creatures that go to work under the colors of night.
I found this painted owl on the side of a tiny building in Winnipeg.
Cindy Knoke found a real life owl at “The Living Coast Discovery Center in The San Diego Bay National Wildlife Refuge. It’s amazingly gorgeous, and if you click on Cindy’s photo of the owl, you will get to see an entire post filled with this beauty!
My painted owl is very pretty, and lovely to look at. However, when I look at Cindy’s owl, I want to hold it and kiss it and hug it and love it.
A big “thank you” to Cindy Knoke, a fave blogger of mine. She takes fabulous photographs, and shares them with us. Her blog is visually gorgeous and educational. She has joined with me to help make this wonderful Owl Art post into more than just another pretty face. It now has a beautiful soul.
Michele Eastman holds a “Picture Book Pass It On” drive every year. Click on the logo to go to her blog’s article explaining the charity, and where you can find the address to mail your picture book donation. OR: Click on her name and go to her FaceBook page, where she is also working on the campaign.
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