Post by Unega Uwohali on Sept 9, 2006 21:41:08 GMT -6
I went to the Wildlife Park about 3 miles from my home.
I sat on a nice wooden bench, drank cold sodas and watched the Wildlife for while then I fed the wild ducks, geese, seagulls and fish on the river.
Also, I found neat Wild Ducks, Geese, Seagulls, Mexican Eagles and Buzzards feathers! I washed them real good and dried them and then I put them in the refrigerator to keep freezing them to kill lice and eggs.
I had alot left over good breads to fed them and they're very happy with me. ;D
Click on those thumb nails, then you'll see them well:
When I went to Huronwoman's house and she took me to visited Wise Eagle and his son twoknives, she took pictures of me with wild ducks and geese, I fed them.
There's beautiful river, trees, sacred grounds on the back of river and on the NDN's land .
We saw non-indian young woman walked too close sacred ground!!!! I asked her can I tell them to stay away from sacred ground but she told me that non-indian people will be mean to us, so we leave them alone. They're just don't know there's scared ground.
When she get her pictures to develope and copy disk then she will post here with her yahoo image photos.
Post by Unega Uwohali on Sept 12, 2006 13:49:43 GMT -6
Thank you for kind words.
I have been visiting there sometime about 16 years!
I have about 10 more Wildlife parks area: 2 in Dickinson, TX, 1 in Alvin, TX, 2 in League City, TX, 2 or 3 in Nasa Road 1, TX, 2 in Bacliff, TX, 3 in Friendswood, TX and Bayou, TX area that local to my house.
I'll take more pictures all of them in the future and I'll posting new threads about them.
Members, have you been visit the Wildlife Park in your area?
I wondering how many Wildlife Park(s) do you have and how offen you have been feeding the Wildlife?
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