What kind of animals live around your house (no pets)?
- Domestic spiders > arañas domésticas
Many years ago used to be grasshopers, dragonflies, butterflies... but they've just vanished because lately there are more concret and less green areas.
Pumas, osos ,ciervos,libélulas, mariposas,gophers/ardillas,serpientes,truchas,águilas,buitres,grullas,palomas,cuervos,cuervos lagartos,arañas, mosquitos alacranes , ,conejos
mountain lion, bear,deer,dragonflies,gophers,snakes,trout,vultures,eagles,doves,crows,ravans,lizards,spiders,scorpions,rabbits
Un gato gordo y grande que anoche entró en mi casa (la cocina) mientras estaba viendo la tele y comió el pollo que habia preparado para la cena!
A veces un alce. (Moose)
En verano también hay muchos mosquitos, hace calor dentro de la casa y al abrir las ventanas y puertas estos entran y molestan. También hay muchos grillos.
Morbo, we can just repeat everything you said above and just add cockroaches, termites, and rats. There were even fireflies when I was still a kid, but most people here now don't even know what they are really like anymore.
Squirrels, deers, armadillos, raccoons, opossums, nutrias (also called nutria rats), coyotes, bobcats, alligators, turtles, bats, skunks, rabbits, lizards, frogs, toads, various snakes, mice, rats, and javelinas (wild pigs - also called peccaries).
Birds - Mostly mockingbirds, grackles, sparrows (various), mourning doves, starlings, blue jays, robins, woodpeckers (various), pigeons, owls, hawks, buzzards, red-winged blackbirds, pelicans, gulls, sandpipers, rosetta spoon bills, and too many other species to mention (especially depending on what time of year it is)
Lots of insects, annelids and other creepy-crawlies: june bugs (Phyllophaga), moths, doodle bugs, earthworms, ants (ugh), earwigs, butterflies, dragonflies, termites, cicadas, nematodes, bees, wasps, and more.
If you count the creeks, bayous estuaries and bays near where I live, there are also hundreds of different species of animals living there as well.
En el norte de Louisian se puede ver mapaches, muchísimos tipos de pájaros, osos, caimanes, ardillas, mariposas, patos, zarigueyas, y una tremenda varieadad de fauna acuática.
Birds, deer, turtles, snakes, possum, raccoon, rabbits, ants, lizards, spiders, butterflies....
Pájaros, ciervos, tortugas, serpientes, zarigüeyas, mapaches, conejos, hormigas, lagartos, arañas, mariposas...
Central Texas boasts
Insects - ants - pillbugs - junebugs - butterflies (various)
Animals - snakes (various) - geckos (lizards) - feral cats - deer - a possum who came a-visiting a few times - squirrels
Birds - cardinals - blue jays - sparrows - doves - blackbirds - grackles
...and lots more
Whre I live alone there are rabbits, snakes, tiger mosquitoes(dangerous),and a variety of dogs with their owner
Here on the east coast of Massachusetts we have lots of pigeons, sea gulls (gaviotas), and sparrows. We also have lots of squirrels (ardillas), chipmunks (ardillas listadas), and deer (venados).
Chipmunks. They're cute, but effectively furry termites as far as house foundations go!
I live in a city with skyscrapers, subways and tons of people. I feel left out because I don't have the same variety of wildlife that others are describing in my neighborhood. We basically have squirrels, pigeons and rats (may I never cross paths with the rats!!!
¡Hay más palomas que personas en la ciudad de Filadelfia!
There are more pigeons than people in the city of Philadelphia.
I know for sure we have mosquitos here because the other night I received no less than 20 bites!!!
Sé con certeza que tenemos los mosquitos aquí porque la otra noche me recibieron nada menos que 20 picaduras!
I would like to add, muchos mosquitoes (Manitoba, Canada).