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Anna Schneider 14 Oct 17
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Anna Schneider 14 Oct 17
It's that time of year!!! Saw-whet are a great way for younger generations to experience wildlife up close.
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Hillary ❄ 31 Oct 17
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Dr Alice 18 Oct 18
Yesterday I saw all of these beautiful things before we even made it to the place with all the animals... @ Sydney, Australia
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Cassidee O Rearden 3 Dec 15
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Rhari // Hawthorne 17 Nov 15
Sometimes I'm like really would like a pet bird but then I remember that I'm afraid of birds.
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Dan Baxter May 4
Saying "good morning" to the neighbors while walking the dog. @ Cape Coral, Florida
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Audrey Nguyen 21 Nov 18
Dropped some crickets in their playpen today... tiny raptors went bananas
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Chris White Photo 7 Feb 17
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Ventura Dreamer Feb 2
In between downpours today, this Cooper's hawk visited our yard. (I may have accidentally saved a warbler's or sparrow's life by walking into the yard when I did!)
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Dinosaur Teas Mar 6
Dinosaur Fact #39: The footprints of Dromaeosauriformipes rarus measured about 1 cm (0.4 in) long making this raptor the same size as a sparrow Like ? Like ? Check out our teas at
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Lynn McIntosh Nov 20
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Mimizu 8 Feb 10
It's like having a tiny fuzzy velociraptor running around your house, sitting on your couch, ect.
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Hillary ❄ 16 Sep 17
The raptor enjoyed her first poochie cone today. 🍦
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Lana V Mar 29
Claire has very little time before tiny dinosaurs bedtime, so we stopped for some pepperoni pizza.
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Mind Your Dirt 17 Apr 16
There's no falconry like mini falconry. @ Balboa Park
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Totes Grody 8 Mar 13
runways strutted fore and aft by an army of FIERCE FLAMMULATED OWLS
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Vero Fuzzpuddle 5 Apr 15
Aren't you the cutest? Awwwwwww!
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JP Sherman 16 Nov 18
110 MYA, a tiny raptor left footprints that were less than a centimeter long in South Korea. Dromaeosauriformipes was smaller than a mobile phone -
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Jennifer Kosharek 8 Feb 15
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