Top products from r/animalid

We found 11 product mentions on r/animalid. We ranked the 10 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/sethben · 1 pointr/animalid

For a general bird guide, I like the Sibley guide (you can use the Sibley East field guide, or the larger Sibley guide for all of North America). There are also those who swear by the National Geographic guide and insist that it is superior.

That should be good to get you started – eventually if you get more into birdwatching, then there are more detailed guides for specific groups.

For insects, I love this massive photographic guide. For a smaller book you can take into the field, the best one I know of is Kaufman. There is also a Kaufman guide for butterflies, specifically.

I'm afraid I don't have any recommendations for mammals, reptiles, or amphibians for your area.

u/yerFACE · 2 pointsr/animalid

I use these with great success in my garage:

Catcha 2 Piece Humane Smart Mouse Trap Live Catch and Release Rodents, Safe Around Children and Pets

Pro tip: just use dry unsalted raw cashews. Much easier to clean up.

u/suzinboots · 2 pointsr/animalid

I can see whippet. You can always do a DNA test on her. It's not cheap, but it's an easy way to confirm the different breeds you've got in a mix:

u/Sewwattsnew · 6 pointsr/animalid

It looks like a more wrinkly version of this hippo, so that would be my guess.

Edit: Wait, it's definitely a Sam's Club animal cracker but there's another possible hippo candidate in that group. There's a review with a picture of all the shapes here. The reviewer seems to think it's a tiger, so I guess that's it?

u/doctapeppa · 53 pointsr/animalid

Looks to be a Handset for a Panasonic TG6641B cordless phone. Good thing it didn't fall in that pile of poop right there. I'm not sure if bears use these though.

u/FookYu315 · 2 pointsr/animalid

Also some sort of UV lighting.

OP: I like the mercury vapor ones I linked because they provide light and heat. There are also fluorescent ones.