He said something about it being better for practice, if I remember correctly. I don't know, seems rather cruel to me. Pretty much everyone in there is only there because they have to be, not because they want to be. He's better than my genetics prof, though. From all reports, the genetics prof makes his class as hard as possible to weed out the people he doesn't think is worthy of being a bio major, and all bio majors have to take that class. The worst part there was that he spent the first 15 minutes of almost every class talking about the other classes he would be teaching in upcoming semesters.
I barely got out of that class with a B and I'm beyond happy with that!
Aaaanyway, I got finished with my most imminently due homework, so I went ahead and took the pictures of the babies today, since it was nice out and I had time.
They will be exactly 4 months old tomorrow. In alphabetical order:
And Umru the Giant:
A few extras just for the fun of it. Here's Endymion again:
Cazzie's fluff butt.
Rooska coming back from the woods. Her face is so funny in this picture!
Rooska again, perched in a bush:
This is everyone except Lydda and Cazzie, getting a drink together.
Aren't they precious?
Cazzie on a log:
Izzy, throwing a wicked look my way!
Endymion again. She's just so pretty!
I love the lacing look on her chest!
Izzy and Flury smushed together. One of the Dorkings (I think Callette, but I'm not 100% sure who that was) decided to smush in there at the last minute, too.
Flury is so floofy!!
Last one of the youngsters is this side-by-side shot of Umru and Flury. Umru is just MASSIVE!
And just a couple more pictures. I'm sorry, Pattyhen, I tried to get a few nice pictures of Crashie, but she was being such a butthead! This is the only good picture I managed to get of her today:
And the last one is Miss Marka sitting on her nest before laying her egg for the day