The Girl Who Loves Crows
virginiafixed:

Silly Spirit! @foodlab_newearthfarm @newearthfarmvb

virginiafixed:

Silly Spirit!
@foodlab_newearthfarm @newearthfarmvb

enchanting-autumn:

Peacocks during the Day by Frank C. Grace (Trig Photography) on Flickr.
stitcherywitchery:

A free pattern for a nest full of Nesting Rainbow Owls by Moji-Moji Design.

stitcherywitchery:

A free pattern for a nest full of Nesting Rainbow Owls by Moji-Moji Design.

featheroftheowl:

via Eastern Screech Owl
ohdearmee:

Bat Wings necklace antique silver Black Diamond glass by VaeNox on We Heart It.

ohdearmee:

Bat Wings necklace antique silver Black Diamond glass by VaeNox on We Heart It.

sixpenceee:

Here’s an interesting fact: 
Babies learn to spot a red sticker placed on their forehead by looking through the mirror at ages 18 - 24 months. Chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans, dolphins, elephants, and magpies have also been said to pass this test, 
This is called the Gordon Gallup’s classic mirror self-recognition test.
This lead a group of colleagues in the Cambridge Declaration of Consciousness to assert that “the weight of evidence indicates that humans are not unique in possessing the neurological substance that generates consciousness” 

sixpenceee:

Here’s an interesting fact: 

Babies learn to spot a red sticker placed on their forehead by looking through the mirror at ages 18 - 24 months. Chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans, dolphins, elephants, and magpies have also been said to pass this test, 

This is called the Gordon Gallup’s classic mirror self-recognition test.

This lead a group of colleagues in the Cambridge Declaration of Consciousness to assert that “the weight of evidence indicates that humans are not unique in possessing the neurological substance that generates consciousness”