We're All In This Together...

A mother goose in Ohio personally sought out the help of the Cincinnati Police Department Monday when one of her goslings was tangled in a balloon string.

Cincinnati Police Sergeant James Givens told InsideEdition.com: “I was sitting in a patrol car in a parking lot, I heard something pecking on the side of the door and I looked down and I thought the goose was hungry. I was eating a bagel and I tossed it a piece but it didn’t have any. It walked in front of me so I followed it and it took me to its baby that was tangled in rope.”

Sergeant Givens called the SPCA Wildlife, which had no one to assist. He then made a call over the radio and Officer Cecilia Charron arrived to lend a hand.

Officer Charron approached the mother goose to see what the issue was.

“It’s weird because it kept the distance and it kept the baby calm. I’ve never seen anything like this before,” Givens said. “I said it must be a motherly instinct, the mother didn’t attack her or nothing, seeing the thing run off that was the best part.” (source)

And HELPING is the best part.


Don't Get In My Fence...

I won't, Bish. Dang...

Or maybe I will... And I just won't wear pants. HOW DOES THAT ONE SOUND, BILLY?? HUH? Mmeeooww...

(This is really cracking me up right now. And special thanks to one of my all time favorite writers, Jenny Lawson for the contribution. Thank you, Jenny! You beautiful woman you...)


Some Sunday Worship

Hey, bishes...eagle soaring look at what I can do. Yeah. SIDEWAYS. Get learnt.

THIS! baby elephant Little guy. (be still my beating heart...)

Wildebeest Migration Time-lapse

And THIS little bird Little guy... *big sigh*

Discover the Beluga Whales at Arctic Watch

Nature. Still the Best Show on Earth.

(Images via The Rainforest Site)


Not Just For Them... But, For Us Too...

Unbelievable... She's like a pup. So, so beautiful...

One more reason to recycle that plastic water bottle. So, it doesn't end up in her Living Room.

Or better yet, just get some from the tap.



Some Sunday Worship

gulls-mercury-island-namibia_85946_990x742"Home to Roost" Photograph by Thomas P. Peschak, National Geographic

Gulls, gannets, and penguins are neighbors on Mercury Island, near the Diamond Coast of Namibia. The country’s first marine protected area aims to reduce human disturbance and increase natural abundance around Mercury and ten other islands along 250 miles of coastline. (source)

Nature. Still the Best Show on Earth.



Orphaned baby rhino Gertjie refuses to sleep alone after witnessing his mother's death at the hands of poachers gertjie The baby rhino was found 'crying inconsolably' next to his dead mother

I just finally realized what I want to do when I grow up...

I want to poach poachers.

(And while I'm not going to actually pursue that line of work, I AM going to try to be extra kind. To everyone and every "thing". I wouldn't mind outshining that kind of wickedness.)


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Alaskan Otter Couple"One of the funniest moments was when I discovered two otters that looked like a couple," says Your Shot member Roman Golubenko. "They were taking care of each other like a loving couple, and they were turning to me as if to get captured for a family portrait." (source of photo)

This just makes me MELT. DO YOU HEAR ME??? MELT, I SAY!!!

I'm butta... I'm like the squaw on the cova of Land O'Lakes.

NATURE. It's still the Best Show on Earth.


The Best Show on Earth

I love this. Thank you to my dear friend and stunning correspondent in the U.K., the "butterfly", Lorraine, for this wonderful contribution.

We're a part of this great big beautiful world. Not the owners of it. And the sooner we start behaving that way, the better. Nature. It's still the best show on Earth.