Submit spottings of wild animals (no pets or zoo animals, please) in the southeast USA courting, mating, and parenting. Spottings demonstrating breeding-season coloration, eggs, baby animals, and similarly related topics are also welcome. Try to capture aspects of animals' lives which are unique to their breeding seasons. If possible, please include a detailed description of the spotting and whatever information you know about the life cycle of the species. Sign in to join mission
Warm weather is here, and love is in the air! Instinct drives all animals to "be fruitful and multiply." Some have developed incredible strategies for attracting a mate and giving their offspring the best possible chance of survival. Competition between organisms to propagate their DNA drives the process of natural selection, resulting in the incredible variety of species on our planet. The breeding season is an ideal time to spot wildlife, as animals come out of hiding and demonstrate appearances and behaviors seen only during this critical time in their lives. This mission focuses on courtship, mating, and parenting behavior among wildlife in the southeastern region of the United States. It celebrates the diversity and continuity of life on Earth.
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