You will find this hard to believe! A car wash employee called to show me an amazing thing today.
I saw a very unusual sight today. The car wash is a business in our town here, and they clean the public's cars by high pressure washers and then they vacuum inside and dry the cars.
But something else was going on at this particular business, and we went to go and investigate.
Come and join with us in the investigation.
You will surely be amazed!
This is the car washing business, and keep your eyes on the washing room at the right.
Specifically keep your eye on the two yellow circled areas!
A couple of Red-wing Starlings arrived, male on the left with a big bug...and female on the right!
In the next three photos, the male flies down onto the tar road and he starts to seriously beat the bug up!
This guy was busy killing the bug!
Here he prepared to fly with the dead bug!
Surprise, surprise, he flew into the open roof of the washing room! The female accompanied him!
This is the center of the yellow ring that I told you to keep your eyes on!
I took this photo, but could not quite see what was in there due to the heat of the blazing sun, creating waves under the steel sheets of the roof. It must be one hell of a hot under those steel sheets!
But the heat didn't bother the Starlings, as look what happened here!
Oh yeah...nature lives in an operational car wash business, and even the spray from the high pressure washers does not bother the new residents.
Certainly one very hungry baby this, and the food looked to me to be much too big for the baby!
I think the dad also realized that the food was too big, and took up a different position; determined that the baby should eat at all!
This guy practically forced that whole bug down the baby's throat! Lol.
Afterwards, the mom popped in with something in her mouth...which tells me that there were two babies, but I could not see the other one as it was hidden behind the steel plates!
And now for the lower yellow circle!
Two young Rock pigeon babies that were also born on that drain pipe under the roof.
Since they have grown, the mom and dad kicked all of the nesting sticks off the drain pipe onto the floor of car washing bay.
It is still very hot over here in the high temperatures, and below I want to show you the different views of the mountains on a very hot day!
This was our early morning view. A bleak, bleak faded mountain look, created by the fierce sunlight!
Here we have a view in the later afternoon, and you can clearly see how the heat haze covers the mountain!
And that's all folks!
We find that due to the drought in several areas, that many animals and insects are invading the towns and the suburbs!
Some never seen before, but the drastic weather changes are forcing Mother Nature to make alternative plans in order to keep her wild residents alive. Crows nest in the roofs and we also have about 8 pairs of different birds occupying nests in our own garden. It just shows that mankind and wild animals can live together, and we will just have to as we destroy so many of their habitats in the name of progress.
One of these days we might have an elephant living in our dining room, if it carries on like this. Hahaha...
But what I am saying, is that nature will always find a way how to overcome obstacles. Huge ancient temples are being reclaimed by nature's growth, trees can grow in rocks and nothing except mankind's poisons (that last for hundreds of years), can overcome nature.
We should love her, and nourish her for the benefit and life of all mankind and animals in order to secure the future of this planet.
Think about it!
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