I raised a leopard moth cat, and yes, keep giving him fresh leaves as long as he keeps eating. What are the sheep looking at in that case? An adult looking for a site is likely to select a spot that contains other breeding Bald Eagles. I'm not saying I would have won if I had worn the suit, but I might have been more ready.
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To the woman that said eat rice and turn heat up.. Trust me i put a few of the moving mites on my electric stove turned it up on high and those suckers crawled right off!! I picked it up as carefully as I could but now it doesn't move. Did it die suddenly? They are not harmless. That's what is going on!! I have been sick since I moved into this house.
Been fighting mites on pets and myself. I vacuumed up all webs, esp ceiling ones I was hospitalized within a month of moving in We thought it was stress as I am domestic violence survivor being haunted nonstop. There are 4 studios attached to my house and one has an entire wall full of mold of 4 colors, two units were never cleaned out and had food everywhere along with furniture Exposed to this for 3 years!!!
No wonder I'm so dang sick. Anyone fighting mites and white ceiling spiders? The bugs are too small to see clearly and are often described as "salt" or "sugar" that moves! If you look very close, with a magnifying glass, you'll probably see long "hairs" from tiny round whitish bodies. There are a couple of things that people describe this way but in my experience mold mites mould mites , also called grain mites , are the most common. These tiny mites feed on mold that grows on damp surfaces so are almost always associated with excess moisture and mold growth in one way or another.
Their presence in kitchens can indicate a leaky pipe or dishwasher. The mites don't bite or cause any harm but some people will experience an allergic reaction to large numbers of mites similar to dust mite allergy. Usually these white spots are not symmetrical across both sides, and that asymmetry should tip you off to think domestic influence. The passion for weird plumage in domestic ducks does not stop with white, but can go the other way too.
Some breeds are darker than normal Mallard plumage. This duck is dark all over and rather iridescent, like its shiny speculum feathers got spread over the entire bird. Just be aware that very odd things exist in the world of domestic poultry, and oddity should make you consider domestic origin. Body size can often be a clue toward domesticity. The first breeds of domestic Mallard were bred for food, and consequently for large body size.
A domestic duck can be twice the size of a wild Mallard. But, domestics can be smaller than normal too. Indian runner ducks are long and lean.
These are very odd, tall, skinny ducks that look like bowling pins. They are great egg producers but have totally tubular bodies. Call ducks are tiny, teal-sized things that have smaller bills and more rounded heads than normal ducks. They can have normal Mallard plumage, white, faded, or dark. Males will still have the curled tail feathers and the plumage will generally fit in the same basic categories as the other Mallard types. This dusky call duck was in Union Springs, Cayuga Co.
Ducks are good fliers, and some fly long distances in migration. That means sometimes we get European or Asian ducks turning up in North America. Such an occurrence is pretty rare, though, and the few species that do this are generally illustrated in the field guides. Keeping ornamental waterfowl is very popular. It can be surprising how many people have captive ducks and geese.
Sometimes these ducks get loose, and sometimes their owners get rid of them by turning them out on a pond or lake. The best local examples of this phenomenon are the Mandarin Duck pair that was at Myers Point, Lansing, NY briefly in January , and the Red-crested Pochards and hybrid that put in an appearance there many years ago. One mark that seems to show up more frequently is pinioning, where the tip of one wing is surgically removed to keep the bird from flying.
When pinioned ducks flap, you can see the half-a-wing pretty clearly as was the case with the aforementioned pochards. A number of guides to all of the ducks of the world are available, so a quick browse through one of them might find your odd duck.
If not, try one of the other possibilities. Male ducks provide no parental care, and female ducks do not have to feed their young, just lead them around.
Which is why male ducks can get away with not helping. This situation can lead to careless sex and consequently hybridization. Although hybrid ducks are not that common overall, they do occur on a regular basis.
It turns out that most females of the Mallard close relatives find a green head really sexy, and they will hook up with Mallard males whenever they are available. Such propensities create some conservation concern when domestic Mallards are introduced into the range of some other species, such as American Black Duck or Mottled Duck. Note that one has the curly upper tail coverts like a Mallard and the other one does not. Sometimes the hybrid pairs are between species that are not closely related, such as Hooded Merganser X Common Goldeneye.
In captivity where ducks from all over are housed together, anything can happen. The clues for finding a hybrid are not so clear cut. The easiest way to spot them is when they have characters intermediate between the parental species. A black duck X Mallard male will often have the mostly dull plumage of the black duck and some green on the head. It may or may not have the curled feathers over the tail, and the speculum can be blue like a Mallard or more purple like the black duck.
Small green patches on the head can be a good sign of some Mallard parentage. In general, watch for symmetrical abnormalities, patches of color or lack of color. Amongst the dabbling ducks certain patterns seem to occur in hybrids, even if they are not present in the parents. Pale cheeks and a Baikal Teal face pattern can result from a number of different pairings. Note its presence, if faint, in the second Mallard X black duck pictured above.
Audubon thought that his bird might be a cross between a Mallard and a Gadwall. The green on the head, white tail, black rear end, and pale neck ring are good Mallard characters.
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