My mom @judithguthro and I donated today at the grand opening of #spirithalloween. We were the first donation pumpkin to go up! #spookykid #halloween
@weaverpiercer mentioned it and I created it. I like to think we make a good team. #nostrils #ringsarentalwaysbad #thatsfuckinteamwork
holy shit I love you guys
I say this every day.
Fucking hell, this.. -___-
Kickin it wit my daddy!!
Kickin’ it wit my dawta!!!
YAAAAAAAAAAAS! Black Father’s letting y’all know! This is like officially my new favorite song!
I WANTA BABY
this is so cute!
This video is everything. Every. Fuckin. Thang.
We need bats; but our bats are dying. In Spring 2006, 6.5 million Little Brown Bats (Myotis lucifugus) lived in the Eastern US, making them America’s most common wild mammal species. Later that same year, thousands of little bodies were discovered strewn outside caves near New Albany, New York. Bats were dying in catastrophic numbers. Eight years later, millions of bats have died, and still continue to die. Little Brown Bats are now listed as a “threatened species” in multiple states. This is “the most precipitous decline of North American wildlife in recorded history.” And yet, public outcry over the loss of bats has been strangely muted.
And then some people are going to start wondering why there’s a plague of mosquitoes. I come from an area with LOTS of cave habitat for them, and this has been disturbing me for some time. Nowhere near the uproar that there should be.
you can actually buy or build bat houses (think bird feeder for bats) if you have a yard or a deck that allows it :) bats are important!