Nobody can possibly know everything. All of us should be learning new things every day. Learning new things enhances our lives. Each new thing we learn has the potential to make our lives richer, fuller, and safer.
There are some things that everyone should know, but unfortunately not everyone does. When and how to use a blinker when you are driving, or looking both ways before you cross the street are important.
Did you know the higher the number on your freezer dial the colder the freezer temperature will be? Facts like what the heck is BPH and why did anyone think it was safe to use in things like baby bottles and water bottles are a bit harder to learn. Sometimes it comes down to doing research, other times life shows us what we need to know.
I tend to learn things that most people aren’t concerned with. But these things come in handy for me. I know all kinds of things about wild critters and nature. Did you know that Black Bears like the sound that a film camera makes when it advances the film?
Yes, he was close enough to hear it.
Deer tend to stay away from plants with an aroma like marigolds and lavender. This is something many gardeners have learned over the years.
I recently learned that our local home improvement store is on the migrating path for Monarch Butterflies.
Did you know Hummingbirds can fly upside down. While it is an interesting fact, it’s not something everyone would need to know. Capturing them doing this is not easy.
Do you know what a lemur looks like?
These guys welcomed me into their world for a brief visit and taught me a little more about animal curiosity.
The world around us is filled with interesting things and opportunities to learn There are critters all around us like this tree frog that likes our backyard pool.
I friend of mine recently learned that the fox that was spotted in her yard wasn’t concerned with her or her dog. It was probably on its way to check out how accessible the neighbors chickens were.
As a member of this group I have learned about history, trains, traditions, and much more. Hopefully I have returned the favor and taught all of you a thing or two about wild critters. All of us have a little bit of wisdom to share and lots to learn. So lets all make today a productive learning experience.
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