There is a point that must be made first... I love this very spring-like weather Casper has been having the last week. After surviving those subarctic temperatures for the first couple weeks of January 2024 (and a good half of December 2023), there's been a literal 80° shift, from -40° to 40° and higher now.

However, because of the relatively good weather, there has been a huge flock of birds occupying the trees a few fleet from my parking area. You can do the math. That means they constantly defecate on my vehicle.

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I don't think I've ever had to wash a vehicle as often, at least during the months of December and January, then I've had to these last thirty or so days. It's to the point now that I seriously think the birds are actually aiming at for my ride.

All jokes aside though, I am loving this weather. I remember how bad winter 2023 was. Casper and a few other Wyoming towns broke 40-year record lows, so I definitely don't want anymore parts of that.

I do however wish these exceptionally Wyoming weather resilient fowls would find a new home... or at least do their business elsewhere.

Someone please tell me that I'm not the only one having this issue.

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Wyoming is home to some pretty epic creatures. The pronghorn is the second fastest land animal in the world, second only to the cheetah -- and it's worth noting that while the cheetah can spring faster, the pronghorn can sustain it's top speed much farther. And while we do have plenty of cute and cuddly creatures (llike the nothern saw-whet owl) there are plenty of things that'll kill ya. Might want to think twice about moving here.

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