Nature Preserve Hiking with friends and dogs

Howdy pilgrims, And welcome back to nature Spiritual uplifting your life hiking with dogs in nature… Blessings be on your wellbeing and HappyNess hiking with dogs in nature Today was extraordinary good outdoors experience open trails fresh breezes feeling great about the hike was mildly cold 59 with low winds 5 to 7 miles per hour hiked the John F. Burke Nature Preserve Farmers Branch, Texas cleaned up a lot of trash off the wetlands area work in progress got 2 bags of trash… The Dogs were very excited about the hike really relaxing hike nice day outside… Hope you’re day was great We hiked 3.7 hiked  the riverside wetlands area seen a lot of wildlife Armadillo’s, possums, birds some blue jays, Red Northern cardinals, Common Grackles, Finches, Red shoulder hawk, Crows, sparrows, Mockingbirds, Mallard ducks, American Coots, Hope you injoy my Photos Hiking riverside my friend enjoyed the hike excellent experience lots of exciting adventures great hike… Please give me some Comments about your time in nature in comments below… Blessings be on you and yours…

Is awesome Possums They’re Not Aggressive creatures

When threatened or harmed, these animals will “play possum”, mimicking the appearance and smell of a sick or dead animal. The lips are drawn back, teeth are bared, saliva foams around the mouth, and a foul-smelling fluid is secreted from the anal glands. Although the word “play” suggests a conscious act, this defense mechanism is actually a completely involuntary and automatic physiological response to danger.
Many injured opossums have been killed by well-meaning people who find a catatonic animal and assume the worst. The best thing to do upon finding an injured or apparently dead opossum is to leave it in a quiet place with a clear exit path. In minutes or hours, the opossum will regain consciousness and escape quietly on its own.
Even when confronted with a predator, they will use the infamous “playing possum” technique to appear dead and avoid an actual brawl… They can stay zoned out for hours, emitting a foul odor in order to further keep any bad guys at bay — but they’ll never outright attack, even if they’re baring their teeth… No possums was harmed in this picture…

Well here its that time again Happy trails to you till we meet again Happy trails…👣

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