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2013-09-27 06:25:46 PM
Yep, that's nature happening.   LOL.
 
2013-09-27 06:32:32 PM
Goddamnitsomuch

/sometimes Mother Nature is an absolute biatch
 
2013-09-27 07:31:03 PM
 
2013-09-27 07:34:31 PM
I was actually expecting the little girl to kill it considering the way she was jumping up and down, waving her arms and jabbing at it.
 
2013-09-27 07:35:08 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Goddamnitsomuch

/sometimes Mother Nature is an absolute biatch


And so it the person that releases a morsel like that in a wide open field where it has to run the 50 yard gauntlet of terror to get to the nearest bush.  If they were going to spend weeks rehabilitating it, they could have at least taken 5 minutes to shovel out a temporary nook for it.  Lesson learned, I guess.
 
2013-09-27 07:39:20 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2013-09-27 07:40:01 PM
Nice, now all that's left is to read the kid a nice bedtime story.

www.kavoicecast.com
 
2013-09-27 07:40:38 PM
If you release a bunny into nature in a place where they have predators then it will likely get killed, if you do it in a place where they do not have a predator then you'll have an infestation if it finds a mate.
 
2013-09-27 07:47:48 PM
The parents cut the video because bawling like a fire truck.
 
2013-09-27 08:04:41 PM
www.gordon-guide.de
 
2013-09-27 08:05:58 PM

studebaker hoch: The parents cut the video because bawling like a fire truck.



images3.cinema.de
 
2013-09-27 08:11:24 PM
Shared this on fark before.. but CSB time:

A few years ago I was driving into my apartment complex garage going into my building. While I was pulling up I noticed a pigeon flapping its wings on the ground trying to get into the air but it looked like it was too injured. Figured I would let nature take its course, pulled into the garage, parked and went up into my apartment. When I made it in the door, I looked out my sliding glass door to the field only to see a couple with the pigeon wrapped in a bag taking it out to the field. They released the pigeon into this nice wide open field.. And about 5 seconds after they turned around and started walking a large hawk swooped in and jumped on it and started ripping the feathers off. The woman started freaking out and the guy started running towards the hawk, which grabbed the pigeon and flew about 20 yards away from the guy. The hawk looked back at him with a 'wtf are you going to do about it asshole?' and continued to eat the pigeon.

/end CSB.
 
2013-09-27 08:13:49 PM

RoyBatty: [i.imgur.com image 509x191]


Not sensitive, since I have a wooded back yard and see that kind of thing all the time.  Just annoyed that people can be dense.  If you are going to go through the bother of rehabilitating an animal, you could at least take a few minutes to find a safe place to release it.
 
2013-09-27 08:15:00 PM
My CSB:

A few years back I found a rat had gotten into my dog food container. I was very pissed and went on a rampage to catch it. I ended up dazing it with a broom handle and scooped it into a shoe box. I didn't want to outright kill the thing, especially at 9pm at night. So, I drove to the county fairgrounds and released it into the dirt parking lot.

I hope an owl got it.

/ok, maybe not to cool after all
//freaking rodents
 
2013-09-27 08:15:03 PM
Hawks have to eat too.
 
2013-09-27 08:16:26 PM

desertmouse: RoyBatty: [i.imgur.com image 509x191]

Not sensitive, since I have a wooded back yard and see that kind of thing all the time.  Just annoyed that people can be dense.  If you are going to go through the bother of rehabilitating an animal, you could at least take a few minutes to find a safe place to release it.


I think you're mostly right, although if they found the rabbit near their house, I can see their not figuring out releasing it into a field is not a good idea.

But mainly I just thought "desertmouse" complaining about how field creatures are released was sort of funny.
 
2013-09-27 08:26:33 PM

RoyBatty: desertmouse: RoyBatty: [i.imgur.com image 509x191]

Not sensitive, since I have a wooded back yard and see that kind of thing all the time.  Just annoyed that people can be dense.  If you are going to go through the bother of rehabilitating an animal, you could at least take a few minutes to find a safe place to release it.

I think you're mostly right, although if they found the rabbit near their house, I can see their not figuring out releasing it into a field is not a good idea.

But mainly I just thought "desertmouse" complaining about how field creatures are released was sort of funny.


The muad'dib can take care of herself in an open field, desert.
 
2013-09-27 08:26:38 PM
It's like Bugs Bunny got murdered on an episode of Tiny Toons Adventures by the Chicken Hawk.
 
2013-09-27 08:33:19 PM

desertmouse: RoyBatty: desertmouse: RoyBatty: [i.imgur.com image 509x191]

Not sensitive, since I have a wooded back yard and see that kind of thing all the time.  Just annoyed that people can be dense.  If you are going to go through the bother of rehabilitating an animal, you could at least take a few minutes to find a safe place to release it.

I think you're mostly right, although if they found the rabbit near their house, I can see their not figuring out releasing it into a field is not a good idea.

But mainly I just thought "desertmouse" complaining about how field creatures are released was sort of funny.

The muad'dib can take care of herself in an open field, desert.


I am enlightened, thank you.
 
2013-09-27 08:39:43 PM
My CSB: we had purchased an iguana from a streetside vendor in Venezuela. When we got home , nobody knew what to do with it, so we let it go outside. Within 5 seconds one of the cats around the house sprinted over to it and killed it on the spot
 
2013-09-27 08:58:07 PM

SearchN: wtf are you going to do about it asshole


Ok that's the funniest thing I've read all day.
 
2013-09-27 09:14:18 PM
I recently saw a hawk walking....WALKING...awkwardly in the outfield of the local Little League ballfield.

It had a very curious gait, sorta like that famous pic/meme of Leonardo Dicaprio...I thought it might be injured.

Took a couple of steps closer and realized Mr. Hawk had trapped not one but TWO field mice, one in each talon, and was trying to secure his little passengers before taking flight.
 
2013-09-27 09:45:48 PM
The little squeaks of the poor, doomed baby rabbit were tragicomic.
 
2013-09-27 09:52:02 PM
CSB:

When I was a little kid about 5 or so, I caught some caterpillars and put them in a box with some leaves and took care of them until they turned into moths.  After that, I left them out on my back porch so they could fly away and be free.  As soon as I got in the house, a blue jay swooped down and ate them.
 
2013-09-27 09:53:44 PM
Are hawks good to eat? Because I just figured out how to catch them.
 
2013-09-27 09:57:09 PM

dangelder: Are hawks good to eat? Because I just figured out how to catch them.


No they are not.  Bunnies on the other hand are very tasty
 
2013-09-27 10:07:53 PM
i43.tinypic.com

/obligatory
 
2013-09-27 10:22:02 PM
Birds gotta eat too.
 
2013-09-27 10:22:17 PM
I know how they feel. I spent months rebuilding a radio system in New Orleans only to have that damned hurricane Katrina come along and wipe everything out.
 
2013-09-27 10:25:02 PM

RoyBatty: [i.imgur.com image 509x191]


Oh my gosh that made me laugh!
 
2013-09-27 10:33:58 PM

desertmouse: RoyBatty: [i.imgur.com image 509x191]

Not sensitive, since I have a wooded back yard and see that kind of thing all the time.  Just annoyed that people can be dense.  If you are going to go through the bother of rehabilitating an animal, you could at least take a few minutes to find a safe place to release it.


They were trying create a nice, healthy gift for the hawk and it's li'l baby hawks.
 
2013-09-27 10:54:57 PM

Fast Moon: CSB:

When I was a little kid about 5 or so, I caught some caterpillars and put them in a box with some leaves and took care of them until they turned into moths.  After that, I left them out on my back porch so they could fly away and be free.  As soon as I got in the house, a blue jay swooped down and ate them.


Must have been relatives of my bluejays. They know that I will pull caterpillars out of my vegetable garden and put them on the sidewalk just for them. Most don't make it 2 inches in their slow dash for safety before they become dinner.
 
2013-09-27 11:02:29 PM
I wonder if this will be admitted to be faked in a few days...
 
2013-09-27 11:10:57 PM
America's Funniest Videos, many years ago:

(I apologize for the shiatty quality)
 
2013-09-27 11:26:47 PM
I don't know if that was a hawk. I thought maybe it was a falcon or a kestrel...

Anyone?
 
2013-09-27 11:38:20 PM
Good

Stupid rednecks releasing pets into the wild because they can't afford to feed them with the heroin and Oxycontin habit and all.
 
2013-09-27 11:45:57 PM

ReapTheChaos: Birds gotta eat too.


Buzzards gotta eat, same as worms.
 
2013-09-27 11:51:21 PM

danielscissorhands: I don't know if that was a hawk. I thought maybe it was a falcon or a kestrel...

Anyone?


It's possible that it could have been a Sharp-shinned Hawk, or even a small Cooper's Hawk, but I can't get a clear enough image from the video to make an identification. I hope you get an answer for this.
 
2013-09-28 12:52:33 AM
CSB-

Two weeks ago, one of my coworkers found a somewhat emaciated white mouse on the sidewalk on campus.  She scooped it up and I later came to work to find it in a recycle bin on my desk.  They figured since I've had plenty or rats, I'd know what to do for a mouse, or where to take it for adoption, since it seemed likely a pet or an escaped lab animal.  Though it was several hundred yards and a few busy streets away from any labs on campus.

She's quite happy living in a little cage and coming out for play time, and is now a much healthier weight.
 
2013-09-28 01:02:05 AM

Kuta: My CSB:

A few years back I found a rat had gotten into my dog food container. I was very pissed and went on a rampage to catch it. I ended up dazing it with a broom handle and scooped it into a shoe box. I didn't want to outright kill the thing, especially at 9pm at night. So, I drove to the county fairgrounds and released it into the dirt parking lot.

I hope an owl got it.

/ok, maybe not to cool after all
//freaking rodents


fc04.deviantart.net
 
2013-09-28 01:50:23 AM
imageshack.us
 
2013-09-28 02:23:50 AM
I don't know if anybody else noticed, but that is a farking quick hawk.
Or else it's gotten used to small mammals being released 'round those parts.
 
2013-09-28 02:53:59 AM
I'm not a big fan of watching nature in action. I get it, circle of life. I eat meat, so I know how hypocritical it is, but I'm a city girl. I didn't grow up having to learn that the nice animals I played with and named, were food. My meat comes wrapped in plastic and never had a family, in my head.

CSS:
I was walking my dog early one morning a few years ago. We used to have a LOT of snails around the building, and I would move them out of the drive way so they wouldn't get smushed. As we are walking I could see one lone snail slowly making it's way down the driveway. I was going to move it out of the way when a crow came swooping down, ripped it from it's shell and flew off. I involuntarily screamed. For me, it was like Wild Kingdom!
 
2013-09-28 02:56:17 AM
CSB:
Wife and I are driving down our road, we both see a sparrow riding on a hawks back like a boss. She says "did you see that " and I said yes.
Got home and looked up sparrows riding hawks in google images and found lots of pictures of the same thing.
If i had been alone and saw the sparrow riding the hawk I would not have ever mentioned it to anyone else, because how in the fark can a sparrow ride a hawk!
 
2013-09-28 03:22:29 AM
when i build a birdhouse, people say "that is soo cute, is that for a house wren?".  No, it's to keep Alfred Hitchcock off my lawn.
 
2013-09-28 05:01:21 AM
I'll just leave this here...

Snuffy the Seal
 
2013-09-28 05:53:10 AM
www.quickmeme.com
 
2013-09-28 08:11:10 AM

sandbar67: I'll just leave this here...

Snuffy the Seal


lol
 
2013-09-28 08:30:38 AM
CSB time!

I was taking my shark for a walk, down the canals in Venice. We come up to the nice old lady who has a baby turtle in her hair. And I asks her 'what's up the box on your head?' Cus back then we called turtles boxes on account of them having square like figures on the shell. And so she tells me 'well he's hiding the nucular launch codes for me.' And suddenly out of nowhere, an Iranian eagle comes down, snatches off the turtle, and the nucular launch codes and then swings back around to take a crap on the ladies head. It's just then I realized the old lady was actually Ronald Reagan. And that's how the Iran Contra issue started!

It's nature in action people.
 
2013-09-28 08:45:58 AM
The cormorants in the Tampa Bay area can tell if you are fishing, and know that not all fish will be keepers.  So they hang out near the boats.  Sometimes when you throw a fish back, it gets snapped up before it hits the water.  And if a fish is stunned, and floats near the surface for a bit?  There is a good chance an Osprey will swoop down and get it.  It's good to be a sea bird in Tampa Bay.
 
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