Oh, that was quick.
The bird skull is definitely a seagull, which was my original guess! And the majority of the teeth/the larger part of the jaw are from a coyote. There is however a smaller jaw fragment that I believe to be a raccoon. The teeth are all in very nice condition, I’d really like to do something with them at some point…I’m lucky to have such thoughtful friends.
I had a long, busy weekend. I was visited by my oldest friend, and she stayed with me for a few days. Today she went back home, but I’ll be seeing her again soon! Earlier this afternoon I went to Seattle, played with some rather cuddly kittens, and watched There Will Be Blood. And one of my dearest friends brought me some bones from her camping trip! She brought back a bird skull, a few...
I didn't just bid on a taxidermied fisher...
Oh wait, yes I did. >.>
fleurdechair asked: We have a lot in common! I have a soft spot for everything you mentioned. Like you, I've always loved things from the natural world, especially, I think, because my mother is partly Native American and I grew up surrounded with those kinds of things. I didn't become interested in cabinets of curiosities until the end of high school, though. I particularly like shelf mushrooms, bones,...
Anonymous asked: I just listened to your audio post, and your voice is quite hypnotic.
Reblog if you want your followers to ask you...
Ask away, darlings!
That everyone is watching Mike and Evan from Oddities on Conan right now!