"I want to remember her mother whenever I look at her."
Houston Audubon: Sanderling (Calidris alba)
Sanderlings are often seen on peninsula beaches. They are regularly found in small flocks running back and forth on the beach, picking through sargassum or probing for tiny prey in the wet sand left by receding waves. When not feeding they can be sleeping high on the beach in the dry sand.
Sanderlings are extreme long-distance migrants breeding only on High Arctic tundra. They are now returning to our beaches where many spend the winter. What a change for them to leave the chilly Arctic and arrive on the peninsula in August. We usually have some non-breeding Sanderlings on our beaches in the summer also.
Photographs by Greg Lavaty
(via: Houston Audubon)
jesus, take the wheel. now put it in first - no, put the clutch in and - jesus, what the fuck, you said you could drive stick
No one loves the ‘Bloomin’ Onion/Onion Blossom’ thing more than Spike:
And of course, this:
Spike’s obsession with the onion things has to be the funniest thing I’ve ever seen lol.