Construction Critters Vol. 1
From pests to pets: Construction Critters is a collection of wildlife encounters from the darkest jungle region that is the construction jobsite. We also added our favorite images of those tamer companions who wait patiently every day for us to return back to the den.
My brother’s dog Flo doing a good job warning off anyone trying to use my tools.
Submitted by Thomas North (@northwellsconstruction)
Blinded by the… spider?
There I was having a productive day. Then I got a spider in my eye.
Submitted by @art_turo_
Too close for comfort
This guy was hiding a couple steps off my path. I didn’t see him because I was carrying material on my shoulder, Then I heard a loud rattling, 3-1/2-footer.
Submitted by Justin Caraway (@trim_guy)
Their lucky day
These little blue salamanders and about six more saved from the the bottom of our pier support holes.
Submitted by Euan Lowson (@renossance_inc)
Bee safe, guys
Pro’s of yellow safety vests: make you clearly visible to everyone. Cons of yellow safety vests: may attract bees?
Submitted by Craig Morgan (@camorg)
Mid-day selfie with a bull elk!
Submitted by (@heathroairport)
A little birdie told me
Took a quick break and played with these birds up north this weekend. Dummies thought I had food.
Submitted by Mathew Butler (@groundupgc)
Furnace or batcave?
Surprise occupants found in the furnace during a home inspection. I think they were more surprised to see me than I was to see them.
Submitted by Kyle Fisher (@fisherhomeswi)