We're getting close to Halloween, so its time to brush up on the creatures of the night (imagine creepy music here). While not particularly scary, this video highlights a few of these denizens of darkness.
As the Israeli-Gaza conflicts escalates, it's extracted a grave human toll. However, you won't see much reporting
about the affects of collateral damage. Yes, in addition to the
innocent lives of women and children taken - there's very little news
surfacing about how animals in the region are being affected.
I have a sign on my front steps to warn people of the attack cat I have on duty. It is partly a joke, but my kitty has a nasty habit of trying to bite. However, I have a feeling that "Beware of Attack Owl" is very serious.
If you're familiar with Falcon cams which document the life-cycle of baby chicks (like the YouTube video I recorded at 101 Hudson Street
in Jersey City recently), you probable know how live-streaming can
capture the live footage of wildlife in urban settings. But what about
out in the wild? Seems like that would present even a greater challenge.