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@pganssle I had a Titmouse land on the outside doorknob of my back door yesterday and just look at me through the window like I was some kinda zoo animal.

work (-) 

@ghost_bird Being able to break down a problem into parts to isolate the issue is such an important skill.

I think one of my local Blue Jays is learning to yell at me when there's no peanuts left. It yells, I look outside and it's on the porch railing where I put the peanuts and he just stares at me.

@tastytentacles No technical reason. Preference. Some language communities tend to use one style or the other. It's best to do as the locals do.

@groovestomp No, everything I've read says it's a developer-focused preview product that requires a lot of tinkering.

@sev "here is a small paper rectangle which you must care for your entire life"

Found this rad leaf-shaped bug. iNaturalist says it's in the Angle-winged Katydid genus.

@hoernchen72 Looks like a relative to Hairy Woodpeckers here in the USA

@scoots There's an app called iNaturalist that can help identify critters & plants

@nar I thought about it for a while, and decided that ambient news probably only serves to polarize and divide people.

Here's the first Red-breasted Nuthatch I've ever seen. They're pretty unusual in Kentucky. It's cousin, the White-breasted Nuthatch is pretty common here. Looks like they both love being upside-down.

Spent a bunch of time wondering why I took a bunch of photos of this tree, until I realized that if I cranked the exposure up you can see a Red-breasted Nuthatch hiding in the shadows!

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