Just this single bird - landed for a few minutes on the rooftop of a six-floor building. Sorry about the poor quality of the photos. It was high up on the rooftop and I didn't have much time to take a picture.
LOL.......yeah, give me geese over pythons too. I think it all started when people were able to get them as "pets", and then they let them loose when they didn't want them anymore, or they accidentally got loose. They're a real problem now. I just heard the other day that they caught one in Florida (the everglades) that was 17' long and had something like 73 eggs in it. I've also heard that the native animals in the Everglades have really become almost endangered species, because the pythons are eating them all. I guess with this global world....traveling, trading, selling plants/animals/trees, etc., everyone's native habitat is being overwhelmed by these non-native things. We have 35 acres and it unfortunately has been taken over with invasive plants that are originally from other countries. Unfortunately, it was the Department of Natural Resources that sold the worst of them to the man we bought this place from.
So.....I wish we could be more restrictive in what we're allowed to buy from other countries, as far as plant materials and animals.
Ok......can someone please help me off my soap box? ;)
I must say one nice thing.....I've started seeing a couple bald eagles around here occasionally. That's a good thing!