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||Posted - 11/01/2003 : 3:10:36 PM
This morning, between rain showers, I happened to look out the window and saw this interloper taking its leisure in the shade garden next to the patio.
Of course, She-Who-Rules-The-Yard [:-doggy] took exception to the intruder and barked furiously and bravely, albeit from a distance. She continued to bark long after the hapless creature had ambled back to the woods until I wacked her with a broom because she was driving me [:-crazy].
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||Posted - 08/29/2016 : 10:16:27 AM
Anyone ever see a white chipmonk? Last seen in June at one of our bridge projects
||Posted - 08/13/2016 : 2:45:29 PM
I wouldn't go in or even near the water if I were you.
||Posted - 08/13/2016 : 12:10:14 PM
Truffle for bait works EVERY time!
||Posted - 08/11/2016 : 1:31:17 PM
I caught this illusive hog-headed Herring in the backyard pond. Luckily I had my camera with me.
||Posted - 08/04/2016 : 9:53:08 PM
Very cool Greg'..Next up will be the wood chucks, raccoons, skunks and field mice....All seed lovers'...
||Posted - 08/04/2016 : 12:18:38 PM
John, looks like that balloon didn't have the desired effect on that poor Racoon. [:-angel]
Here is a wild Turkey with her young, that I photographed up north at our cottage.
I've never seen wild Turkeys around the cottage before, but I think it has something to do with my daughter Emma feeding and befriending Chipmunks.
She keeps putting out little piles of bird seed, and now the turkeys have discovered this fact.
As a side note, did you know that a group of turkeys is called a "rafter" of Turkeys.
I was thinking of starting a petition to change the term rafter that's used to describe a group of Turkeys to instead be referred to as a "Senate" of Turkeys.
I think this would work very well, in both Canada & the United States.
Would you sign a petition to change the term used to describe a group of Turkeys?
||Posted - 07/23/2016 : 1:51:32 PM
Hope this helps the little guy
||Posted - 06/26/2016 : 2:34:47 PM
And here's Rocky. Eating out of the polecat's food dish.
||Posted - 06/26/2016 : 03:54:09 AM
wunderfull piktures thans for sharing
||Posted - 06/25/2016 : 9:58:17 PM
Polecat and rooster.
||Posted - 06/14/2016 : 3:30:20 PM
Here's a grey squirrel from Maritime Canada. I coax them to the patio table with peanuts dipped in peanut butter. If I stay still, they'll lick off the peanut butter then off to eat or bury the peanut. One of my summer distractions!
||Posted - 06/14/2016 : 2:02:47 PM
Robert, Palm squirrels are new to me, Never heard of them, that I can recall. I'll have to research...One of the great things about this forum is almost each and every day you learn something new'.. [:-mouse]
||Posted - 06/05/2016 : 11:58:15 PM
Great pics, thanks for sharing.
||Posted - 06/05/2016 : 7:07:16 PM
Ted & Mike, I'm possibly wrong about the squirrels. Probably are chipmunks. Not being from North America, I'm not so familiar with all your creatures.
From my further reading, the Palm Squirrel & Chipmunk are often confused.
Dave, thanks for the correct info about the sheep.
Always good to have local knowledge.
||Posted - 06/05/2016 : 11:18:52 AM
Actually, those are bighorn sheep, not mountain goats, in the first couple of photos.