Way down on our trip in the desert we saw a family of Camels, it seem they enjoy walking on the aisle of the pavement road. Camel walking along the road sometimes creating a driving hazard and roads traffic mess jam.
Archive for the ‘Animals’ Category
Posted by Inday Bisdak on December 1, 2009
Posted by Inday Bisdak on November 29, 2009
Quack! If it walks like a duck, looks like a duck or swims like a duck, then you are in the right place. We know wild and domestic ducks.
They like heat such as a light, make sure it’s not to hot. Plenty of water to play in and drink.
And always keep them together. They will group up together and comfort one another A cage that no other animals can get in will be calm down and relax for them.
Posted by Inday Bisdak on November 28, 2009
As you drive through the desert, practice your detective skills.
Make sure you deflate your tires. Watch you engine temps!
These things generate a ton of power for the sand … one last tip, avoid dropping into the “bowl” of the sand dunes.
Start here and watch first…
There it goes
Wow feeling so reel!
Slowly but surely!
And then pause for a while…
And then here is it
It’s too high to reach up!…
Well enjoy… see you next time… byeeeeeee
Posted by Inday Bisdak on November 13, 2009
Posted by Inday Bisdak on November 10, 2009
Posted by Inday Bisdak on November 8, 2009
Birds are the ultimate flying machines, though insects have been doing it for longer and in many cases are more versatile; their small size makes the physics of it much easier. Birds fly far better than any machinery mankind has yet made and like our machines they use their wings and tails in a variety of ways to achieve their expertise.
Bird flight is dependent on the shape of the birds wings and the way they use them.
Generally, bird flight can be divided into two modes of functioning, i.e. gliding or soaring flight, and flapping or powered flight.
Posted by Inday Bisdak on November 5, 2009
Butterflies can fly for thousand of miles with their scales and wings. The scales of the butterfly can easily be damaged with the powerful forces from a human.
Butterflies have to warmed up before they take actions just like a car. To cool off in the summertime , butterflies fly and cruise in the air.
All insects are cold-blooded and cannot control their body temperature. So butterflies will readily bask in the sun when it is warm out, but few are seeen on cloudy days. It is good idea to leave open areas in a yard for butteries to sun themselves, as well as partly shady areas like trees or shrubs, so they can hide when it’s cloudy or cool off if it is very hot.
What Butterflies need in life?
- A place to lay eggs
- Food souce for caterpillars
- Nectar source for adults
- Basking stones
Posted by Inday Bisdak on November 3, 2009
on standby donkeys…
save from a thirsty…
Posted by Inday Bisdak on November 2, 2009