3 weeks ago
NOW AVAILABLE! Unfurnished cactus space with desert views!
FOR REAL! This space has walls, a little pulpy, a ceiling, also a little pulpy, and blocks the wind and rain! THAT’S RIGHT! Location is the BIZ-NISSS! Walk, or flutter, anywhere in excessive heat, while also enjoying beautiful desert living. HEY! Is that a scorpion?!?
The sleeping space is AMAZING! It’s actually all the same space, but the lack of built-ins, windows, doors, and closets allow for more room to bring in extra food supplies and other fly trinkets you’ve picked up on your way home.
Outdoor space is limited and covered with large needle-like spines. Great for security. However, if out late on the desert, fly responsibly to avoid injury getting back into space!
Is this the cactus for YOU? Serious inquires only!
Despite the spines, which prevent hungry animals from feasting on their tissues, saguaros serve as living quarters for birds such as Gila woodpeckers, which carve out nest holes in the plants. These birds typically wait several months before moving in to give the pulp of the cactus time to dry and create a solid casing around the cavity. If empty, other birds such as owls, martins, finches, and flickers are also eager for move-in ready housing.
Image: The northern flicker (Colaptes auratus) or common flicker models cactus living at Saguaro National Park, Arizona.
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