Sophie, 21. Birds, science, humor, thoughts. I also keep a fandom blog.

That's not my bird in the photo, although some day I'd love to own a Sun Conure....

 

kalamboart:

So i was speaking to my sister and she told me to draw a reverse centaur and this is what i pictured but i don’t think she pictured this

kalamboart:

So i was speaking to my sister and she told me to draw a reverse centaur and this is what i pictured but i don’t think she pictured this

bagmilk:

*concerned white parent voice* sweetie don’t write on yourself you can get ink poisoning

(Source: heteroh)

kasukasukasumisty:

soldiergaga:

capngorgeous:

screwtheatlantic:

We try to watch films together, and it starts off well, but somehow we always end up out of sync. 

i cant tell you how much this cartoon means to me…

http://www.watch2gether.com/this will fix that problem :)

Or Synchtube! It’s more simple in layout and it can handle more hosting/video services (like Google Drive)

kasukasukasumisty:

soldiergaga:

capngorgeous:

screwtheatlantic:

We try to watch films together, and it starts off well, but somehow we always end up out of sync. 

i cant tell you how much this cartoon means to me…

http://www.watch2gether.com/

this will fix that problem :)

Or Synchtube! It’s more simple in layout and it can handle more hosting/video services (like Google Drive)

amortentiafashion:

Add a touch of life to your outfit by tying your hair back with a very tiny snake.

Now I really want hairbands that are like cloth-wrapped pipecleaners made to look like snakes

amortentiafashion:

Add a touch of life to your outfit by tying your hair back with a very tiny snake.

Now I really want hairbands that are like cloth-wrapped pipecleaners made to look like snakes

(Source: randumbth1ngs)

rhamphotheca:

HOUSTON AUDUBON BEAK OF THE WEEK: Great-horned Owl (Bubo virginianus) Family: Strigidae Standing about 2 feet tall with a wingspan of up to 5 feet, the Great Horned Owl is the largest owl in Texas. The two large feather tufts on top of the head give it the appearance of having horns, hence the name.  Great horned owls are highly adaptable and use a broad range of habitats that includes deciduous and evergreen forests, swamps, desert, tundra edges, and tropical rainforest, as well as cities, orchards, suburbs, and parks. The birds may nest in a variety of sites including older nests of hawks, in the fork of large tree limbs, and holes and natural cavities in trees. During their courtship phase, the deep bass, low key series of Hoo H’hoos can heard from a surprising distance as the birds call to each other or to announce their availability. It sounds like the owls are saying, “Who’s awake? Me too!”…
(read more: Houston Audubon)

rhamphotheca:

HOUSTON AUDUBON BEAK OF THE WEEK:

Great-horned Owl (Bubo virginianus)

Family: Strigidae

Standing about 2 feet tall with a wingspan of up to 5 feet, the Great Horned Owl is the largest owl in Texas. The two large feather tufts on top of the head give it the appearance of having horns, hence the name.

Great horned owls are highly adaptable and use a broad range of habitats that includes deciduous and evergreen forests, swamps, desert, tundra edges, and tropical rainforest, as well as cities, orchards, suburbs, and parks. The birds may nest in a variety of sites including older nests of hawks, in the fork of large tree limbs, and holes and natural cavities in trees.

During their courtship phase, the deep bass, low key series of Hoo H’hoos can heard from a surprising distance as the birds call to each other or to announce their availability. It sounds like the owls are saying, “Who’s awake? Me too!”…

(read more: Houston Audubon)

I just tried to scan my mug instead of my ID to get into my dorm…..

thefrogman:

There is also a death for the immortal jellyfish. He is very bored.

Artwork by Chris Gugliotti [webcomic | tumblr]

Why do I have feelings and no reasons

rhamphotheca:

A Red-rumped Parrot (Psephotus haematonotus) bathing happily in a puddle in the Edithvale Wetlands, Australia.
photo: Frankzed | Flickr

rhamphotheca:

A Red-rumped Parrot (Psephotus haematonotus) bathing happily in a puddle in the Edithvale Wetlands, Australia.

photo: Frankzed | Flickr

A windy, cloudy day for the first time in what feels like forever…I’ve had three cups of tea and stood on the edge of the lakebed in the wind and I am loving this autumnal weather. Now if we could just have some real rain…..

darcey-haslam:

Friends are like snowflakes, if you piss on them, they disappear

Well now I know what I’ve been doing wrong