The American Woodcock is an excellent example in the world of nature of the character trait of Responsibility. Webster defines Responsibility as: "moral, legal, or mental accountability; reliability, trustworthiness". The American Woodcock, only 10-12 inches long , weighing a mere 5-7 ounces, is uniquely equipped for survival & is very responsible in the way it uses its assets.
|Be Responsible or Be Dead! It's not easy being HUNTED!|
The American Woodcock has assets including a unique set of eyes, set far back on its head, giving it binocular vision, enabling it to see 360 degrees. It also has a 3-inch bill that has a flexible, curved upper mandible, suited perfectly for catching its favorite food ever, the earthworm.The Woodcock's ears are also located between the eyes & the bill. Most birds have their ears on the side of their head. Woodcock's uniquely developed ears assist them in locating earthworms underground.
|"Can Ewe Dig it"? I feast on earthworms! They're Delicious!|
responsible for over an estimated 500,000 deaths a year.
|One way I escape predators is by Camouflage & "Freezing"!(being perfectly still)|
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|"I'm in Good Hands" with the Shepherd!|
"The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want." Ps.23:1
|Peter's responsible life illustrates this Quote!|