Saturday, November 29, 2014

A Walk On The Wild Side...Week 9

The snow seemed to bring more of the smaller critters out
this past week.

Mr. Fox...
(he almost looks like a snow fox!)


Mrs. (rather large) Raccoon...


And a doe...


or two...



It seems right now that the forest is rather quiet.


Surprisingly, we have not seen any turkey photos.
This is surprising because we have so many wild turkeys in this area.
I suppose it is just a matter of time.

Sadly, the above photos were only from one trail cam.
Someone (who shall remain nameless) forgot to turn on trail camera #2.
Don't worry, this won't happen again... I promise.

11 comments:

  1. Great pictures. We are going to put the camera's in the barn. We think we are down around 50 bales of hay..and it is not the deer climbing up to eat it either..lol. The wildlife video's are great for 2 legged and 4 legged visitors..lol. Have a great weekend.

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  2. Maybe even more critters will "show" with the snow on the ground . . .

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  3. Love the pics this morning! You can sure see their path in the snow. Ha, ha camera #2, maybe you missed your bear! Enjoy your weekend, Hugs!!

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  4. Now I wonder who that forgetful person may have been..Probably missed that Bear!!!

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  5. Well you did just have Thanksgiving , no wonder ya haven't seen any Turkeys they are still in hiding lol haha !! Oh I love seeing your wood land critters at night . Thanks for sharing , Have a god day !

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  6. Love the pictures.

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  7. Well, I am sure glad that won't happen again....I want to see all those night critters. Ha.

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  8. Wow, you weren't kidding when you said you were getting snow... none here.... (insert silly grin!)
    Have a lovely time playing with your critters and then chillaxe in the evenings by the fire & all your pups.
    hugz
    gracie

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  9. Don't wild turkey's sleep when the sun goes down, just like Tom & Chuck? I could be wrong, but other than owls, don't most species of birds & poultry nest at night. I always love seeing what a critter highway your property becomes after the sun goes down.

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    1. You are right, Ellen. The good thing about the game cameras, however, is that they also take daytime photos...anything that moves. Which is why I have thousands of photos with squirrels running up and down trees!!! It seems that the most interesting photos are taken at night time, however.

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  10. I think your turkeys must have made a trip down here to CT....I had a flock of 20 in my yard on Friday (day after Thanksgiving, of course lol) I'm really enjoying seeing what your camera captures.

    ~~Anne

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