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Roosters_World Sep 20
The bees are hard at work getting some sugar from the flower. Nature is all around us. If you find something interesting just take the time to share with the social media family.
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Roosters_World Sep 22
This moth just flew in the house last night. It is from the family Erebidae and the genus Melipotis. There are 2 species reported in Jamaica. However, I need an expert to identify it to species.
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Roosters_World Sep 21
I just found this old video of a proud pup chasing a Jamaican Crocodile who was basking in the Salt River Dock. Who is the boss. Haha. You have to learn to live with your local wildlife. Thanks to the rangers for sharing this video.
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Roosters_World Sep 22
Today's view from my evening run.
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Roosters_World Sep 19
Gm Jamaica. Just wanted to share the lovely sound of nature to brighten your day
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Roosters_World Sep 18
The Jamaican petrel is a small seabird. It was last collected in 1879 in Cinchona, Blue Mountains. We learned from last night presentation that there is a chance that it might be still here. We're going to need your help to bring awareness on the search for it.
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Roosters_World Sep 20
A friend just shared this with me. I would tell all moths to becareful of the singing bats. They will be a mouthful
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Roosters_World 3h
The interesting plants you encounter in the field. I have not classified this plant as yet however I find it very interesting. At least you can see the mechanism they used to spread their seeds.
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Roosters_World Sep 19
A lovely view of Kingston from one of my favorite spot after an evening run at Mountain Spring. I appreciate these run after a long day on working on documents
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Roosters_World Sep 23
My office will be in Portland today. The first stop is at Aquarius. Peanut porridge, sprat and Saltfish flitters. I must confess that this is a snack or some people my regard it as my second breakfast. You can't go in the field without a proper breakfast.
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Roosters_World 20h
After a long day at work in , I was driving and I stop to take a selfie on the ground with my new friend. I believe the people the nearby must think that I am crazy to be laying on the ground and having a convo with my new friend.
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Roosters_World 23h
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Next food stop, Cornation Bakery. Please tell me if these fresh and hot Grotto bread will endure the trip to Kingston? Hahahahh
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Roosters_World Sep 18
The road was full a traffic however i could get my night run. Let's see what wildlife I will encounter tonight.
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Roosters_World 12h
Swimming with the fishes: is the only water facility in , where you get a chance to interact naturally with so many of our native River Mullets. As you can see they are are protected & are well taken care of by the staff. Visit if you can
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Roosters_World Sep 18
The bag worm or case moth is a lepidoptera(Moth & butterflies) from the family Psychidae. They are regularly seen on trees or sometimes on the wall.
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Roosters_World Sep 18
Erythemis plebeja aka the pin-tailed pondhawk, is a from the family Libellulidae. It is found in the and the Americas. It is not everyday you get a chance to get a close up at one of the top aerial predators in .
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Roosters_World Sep 17
Aloe vera aka Sinkle Bible, one of the plant I used to hate when I was child. I can recall been told to drink it on the weekends. I was not aware of its health benefits. I cant recalled where I got this plant from. I wonder if it was from
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Roosters_World Sep 16
Another Mountain Spring evening run, look at that sunset over Kingston. I was surprise to see a number of people at this hour.
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Roosters_World Sep 16
I hear a number of peopletalking about Climate Change. Question to the social media family. Name an animal in Jamaica that you believe will be affected by climate change? And how you think it will be impacted by Climate Change?
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Roosters_World Sep 17
You know the only animal that I have seen feeding on the seeds of the neem tree are our endemic parrots. I have not seen any other animals feeding on it. I know it has some serious insecticidal properties that's why most animals avoid it.
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