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10 years ago

Got a new thread for you, Lily So I am going to close this one, and leave it pin for anyone who is interested in finding it quickly and viweing all the wonderful pictures in it!

 

And thank you so much for sharing your wonderful pics.

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This thread is so long it takes ages to go down and put a picture on!

baby hedgehog by you.

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http://www.stupidvideos.com/video/Running_With_The_Squirrels/

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Blackbird
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12 years ago

That is really nice, Connie - the picture, not the blizzard

blizzard
12 years ago

deer in snow

We had 12 inches of snow over the weekend..the deer
came out to play and eat!! Against the white background
it was really easy to spot them...plus there are tracks all
over my yard!!

12 years ago

Cool pics.

Here's a mocking bird outside our window this afternoon:

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Sugar Glider
12 years ago
Mammal
Chipmunk
12 years ago
Squirrel
Bengal cat
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Bengal Cat
Crane
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Crane
Otters
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Otter
Red Squirrel
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Red Squirrel
Weasel
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White Weasel
Scottish Wildcat
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Scottish Wild Cat
Polecat
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Polecat
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Great pics.

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Oh ... I can't see it from this computer ... I can't wait to get home to see it!

12 years ago

Now that's cute!

1 of 3 cubs--taken by my sister-in-law
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13 years ago
Great shot, Mary!
13 years ago
gg
13 years ago

I saw this little guy on the weekend. Must've been really hungry to be out in plain daylight. So cute ....

Looking for food

13 years ago
Blandford's Fox
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Blandford's fox
Red Admiral
13 years ago

butterfly

Sorry it's a little blurry, but I love these guys!

Hey Mary!
13 years ago

To answer your questions: roughly two thirds of Israel is desert or semi-desert, but even those areas aren't necessarily barren. A lot depends on the time of year, in a good rainy winter much of the desert turns green

Actually the areas I photographed these animals in are really scrub. The deer mostly live in woodland areas, and the gazelle are found all over the country, with a two sub-species preferring the desert, and one found in the more temperate areas.

The Eurasian Jay is sitting in a jacaranda tree I think. It's of course a Latin American tree, but they grow well here and a bunch of them have been planted in the parks near my home. Very pretty in bloom.

If you're curious take a peek at this website for more about local wildlife and landscapes:

http://tinyurl.com/yjjbl9

Another typical visitor to my home...
13 years ago

house gecko

This guy is a Mediterranean house gecko, usually most common in the warmer months, they like hanging out on walls, and while they are usually seen outside, we've quite often had them inside too. Useful to have around because they eat all kinds of annoying bugs. I snapped this one outside my building.

13 years ago

Hey, Leiah! 

Beautiful pictures.  there is a definite scarcity of green in them though.  Is all of Israel desert?  that bird is wonderful looking.  We have a lot of Mockingbirds here in Oklahoma and they mimic things too.  they are good at cats which must be a quick learn.  What kind of tree is he sitting in?

13 years ago
  Cool pictures! Great visitors!
Eurasian Jay
13 years ago

Eurasian jay 2

These are common in all the parks, woodland and yards. They often visit my balcony too, I put out fruits and nuts for the bulbuls, another common bird, but the jays often get the food first. They are real characters and fantastic mimics - this chap was mewing like a cat!

One of my typical backyard visitors...
13 years ago
Lebanon lizard - litaa zeriza
Persian Fallow Deer fawns
13 years ago

Persian fallow deer fawn

fawn Persian fallow deer

These are some of the most endangered species of deer in the world, and Israel is home to the largest captive herds which are part of a conservation programme to reestablish them locally, as they have gone extinct throughout their range, save for a little herd in Iran. Today small herds have been returned to the wild in northern Israel and near Jerusalem, where I photographed this one.

Gazelle
13 years ago

Gazelle

I photographed this gazelle on the outskirts of Jerusalem, but we get them on the outskirts of town here too, sometimes see a small group of them in the very early morning in the vineyards and olive groves in the neighbouring village's fields.

What great photos!
13 years ago

We don't get much in the way of wild mammals here, too built up around my house and too many feral cats...

Racoons, oppossums, woodchucks, squirrels - so exotic for me

13 years ago

This IS my back yard.   Really!,

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The above is to my albums.  For more fascinating pictures of wild life in my yard go there.

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Charlotte
14 years ago

Thanks Charlotte on the p-nut feeder photo!!!  I wonder if squirrels could chew through it though?   I love my squirrels and give them peanuts but I want to see some woodies come and chickadees, too.   Of course my furry critters will want some too.  LOL   Oh, on your second post I'm not sure if there was supposed to be a pic posted but I didn't see one. 

14 years ago
(oh and this was yesterday)... very cool!!!!
14 years ago
CJM9BP peanut bird feeder  My cousin had one similar to this... you put peanuts in it... first a saw a chickadee come and peck it to get its bites... but the variety of woodpeckers that came to it was amazing... and a newer treat for me...
14 years ago

Jenny, that sounds like a neat feeder!!  I must try one.  Right now I have a thistle sock with thistle seeds and there are several that eat on it at the same time with more hanging around waiting!!  LOL

Amanda - Goldfinches
14 years ago

I've been fortunate enough to have plenty of goldfinches that visit my yard.

To start off with I bought a feeder that caters to these little lovelies.  It's a hanging tube feeder but the holes in the feeder are located beneath the perches. The little fellows flip upsidedown and feed.  I've seen a few other bird species manage this maneuver but not many.  It seems that the goldfinches are quite content with it. 

I fill the feeder with plain Niger seeds and they seem to love the stuff.

Peace,

Jenny 

Amanda
14 years ago
I have to make a correction on the pic I posted of the goldfinch.   That is actually a Pine Warbler.   However, for the February Bird Count I had about 25 Goldfinches on my deck and feeders and they LOVE thistle.  A friend of mine on another forum (she lives in Texas) counted about 225 finches on her feeders.  WOW!!!  I was thrilled at the number I had; I would go nutz if I saw as many as she had!
Andy
14 years ago

I love the swan and squirrel pics!!  Especially the "sneaky" little squirrel!!  He's almost hidden.  LOL

Drinking Swan
14 years ago
Drinking Swan
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Close up swan
14 years ago

Elizabeth, I love all the bird photos!!  The dees are so cute and the Red Grosbeak? is beautiful!   Thanks for sharing those!

Nicola, I'm sorry you haven't been able to post a pic of the Humpback Whale yet.  I hope you figure out.  I'm not sure if I can help you but I'll be glad to try.

- Vicky

Amanda
14 years ago
Goldfinches eat sunflower seeds but they are supposed to be really partial to Thistle.   I have only seen a few this year.  Maybe 8 total.   Not a whole lot.  Maybe later.   I hope you get lots in your yard!   - Vicky
14 years ago
Oh Andy you captured my heart with that darling squirrel photo!!  I adore squirrels.  I have so many photos of them but I have to retrieve them off my old computer.  Vicky 
Anonymous
14 years ago
Awesome photos everyone!!! 
Birds galore
14 years ago
Birds at my FeederWatch site - Idaho: http://homepage.mac.com/ipnews/PhotoAlbum75.html
14 years ago
I love the pic of the turtle, James!   Vicky
RI Snapper
14 years ago

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Hi Vicky
14 years ago

sorry, unfortunately I can't seem to post pictures of the humpback whales, I seem to be able to do so for my other photos but these ones must have been saved differently or I accidently protected them! I'm not technically minded.

I'll keep trying though.

N

In my experience....
14 years ago

Big fat juicy sunflower seeds - finches love them.

14 years ago
Vicky, approximately how many goldfinches visit your backyard?  I have seen two.  Do you know any way to specifically attract goldfinches?  Is there a particular seed they like?  I'm asking because I would really like to get more goldies in my backyard.  Input from anyone is VERY welcome!  Thanks!!!
14 years ago

Thank you Amanda (from all of us)    Here is a pic of my first Goldfinch of this 2005 season.  It was taken through my storm door so it's not real good (you can click to enlarge).  I love my goldies!   Vicky

Photos & the photographers
14 years ago
All I can say is WOW!!!!  The photos are amazing!  Do any of you belong to a photography group?  If not, you should!!  I truly was delighted with every photo.  You have done yourselves proud!
14 years ago

I managed to catch these little fellas just a few moments ago. I missed the perfect photo opportunity right after Bill snowblew the paths in the grass to get to the feeders, there were so many birds on the ground I couldn't count them!! There are a large number of them that live in this pinetree in our front yard. (pic #1) That little houseshaped feeder is only a few feet away from the same pinetree, and they sit on the branches waiting their turn. I never realized these little guys chased each other away from the food until I watched them today!

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Fred and Nicola
14 years ago
What a beautiful shot of the Goldfinch, Fred.  I am just starting to see them now.  I love yellow!  Nicola, all I see is a box with a red X in it.  I would love to see the Humpback Whale pic.  I just signed a petition to save them and the Fin Whale.  Vicky
14 years ago
Which squirrel pic, Andy?  I posted 3!  LOL  Those photos of the swans underwater (?) are soooo neat!!!  Vicky  
14 years ago

Swan

Heres one above water

SWANSTRICHES LOL
14 years ago
swanstriches
14 years ago
Great pics everyone, I like the squirril pic vicki
14 years ago
Awwww ...  I love those little juncoes! We have about 12 in our backyard!
14 years ago

We just got a fresh 3" of snow last night. Here is a little fella all puffed up trying to stay warm!

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14 years ago
Sorry, I see 2 of the pics I posted previously.  Plus 2 of the pics for some reason cannot be clicked on and enlarged.  Vicky
14 years ago

Nice photos, Andy.  Here are a few more of my backyard visitors taken this past year.  You can click on the pics to enlarge.  Vicky

A Real "InYour Face NY'er lmao
14 years ago

This fellow was definately looking for a hand out at Central Park in Manhattan this past sunday   (just like a city dweller, No Fear lol)

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Gull
14 years ago
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Flying South?
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This is a test
14 years ago

Since the pic of my raccoon was kind of small for viewing I'm trying to post it another way.  I want to see if you can click to enlarge.  Thanks!   Vicky

Jeanette and Dawn
14 years ago

Jeanette, I saw your oppossum pic!  Aren't they awesome?  You captured him perfectly!

Dawn, that was very kind of you to stop and help the oppossum.  I hope he survived, too.   I once found a woodpecker sitting in the middle of a busy road and stopped, threw a jacket over her (as not to scare her) and put her in my car.   I put her in a cage for 3 days to make sure she had no injuries and she let us hold her.  BUT after the 3rd day she pecked at us which told us she was ready for release.    We named her Angel. 

Vicky

14 years ago

This past year I have been seeing more and more wildlife visiting my backyard.  It is really exciting!  Here are a few pics of my visitors.

Armadillo VisitorClose Up of MamaRaccoon On Squirrel Deck

JoJo Standing Up for Her Peanut

14 years ago
Jeanette, Eagle Beaky is precious!!   Did you raise him?  I hope you figure something out to put around his cage to keep out the cold air.  Vicky
14 years ago

Hi Vicky,

I have a couple of Opossum pictures on here somewhere, but I forget where I posted them. On this thread is my Pigeon named Eagle Beaky. He had my spare room all last winter, but He moved out front into a big cage. I have a small house in it with shredded paper, and I just piled some straw in there yesterday. I made a big mess. I am trying to get Jimmy to find a way to put plexaglass on the front of it, so that he doesn't have an cold air going in there while he can see the birds eating.

14 years ago

AWWWW!   I am so glad Donna sent me a link to this site!!!  I adore animals but the only wildlife pics I have (so far) are squirrels and oppossums.  ALL the pictures posted on here are fabulous!!   Especially Andy's "wild" kitten.  LOL    Vicky  

 

A fat squirrel
14 years ago

My friend Vicky took this picture of one of her squirrels. Looks like he is well fed. hehe

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Anonymous
14 years ago
Teresa, the photos are fantastic!!! 
Anonymous
14 years ago
Those photos of the geese are beautiful Teresa!
Taken in Early Autumn of This Year
14 years ago

Early Morning Flyers

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These two photos were taken during the morning twilight hours of late September.  They are Canadian Geese flying near my place of work in the South Bay.
14 years ago
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Opossums
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Opossums
14 years ago

Hi!

I had just had to write in my "opposum" contacts.  I remember one night a few years ago, I was going out into the backyard for something.  But, as I stepped out the door, I noticed this very large opossum just hanging out & eating up the cat food that I leave for the ferals/strays.  He was the biggest opposum I have ever seen- I'd say he was about the size of a cocker spaniel.  Needless to say, I just stepped back into the house & opted to wait until he had finished his dinner!  LOL 

About 2 monthes ago, I was on my way home from work - I work nights, so it was about 2AM.  Anyways, I'm only going about 35MPH because at the time of night, the deer are everywhere, among other animals.  I seen something in the road just up ahead & drove up slowly to it.  I seen that it was an opposum & he had been hit by a car.  He was bleeding, but I don't think it was so severe that he would die.  However, he was in shock & just sat there in the middle of the road.  I tried to get him to move, but he just sat there.  I could not just leave him there to get mowed down by another vehicle.  So, I pulled over, & went over to him w/some cat food (yeah, I keep it in the car, too, just in case) & tried to coax him off the road with the cat food.  This did not work, he still just sat there.  So, I went to my car & got my sweater & went back over to him.  I went up to him & touched the tip of his tail.  He turned towards me & hissed (yes, they do sound just a cat!) but didn't move toward me at all.  I got closer, put my sweater around him & slowly began to move him towards the side of the road.  He didn't attempt to bite me or even hiss again & I was basically holding him.  I then had to lift him up a bit, since the edge of the road was higher towards the woods.  He just sat there, breathing kinda hard where I had put him.  I got some more cat food & put it directly in front of him for when he was up to eat.  There really was nothing more I could do for him, I did what I could.  I hope the little guy made it & that his injuries weren't too severe.  Their fur is very soft, too, which surprised me (I don't know why), I guess I just didn't expect them to be so soft.  

So, those are my opossum stories...I just had to write in & add my stories & experiences to everyone else's. 

Take care everyone!!!   Dawn      

   

14 years ago

Buzzard beak AKA Mr Pigeon

He seems to be crazy about himself, so I gave him my make up mirror.

14 years ago

I've never seen an armadillo, but there are lots of Opossums here. I am about 1,000 miles away from Florida, so there are a lot of their animals we don't see here.

A priceless picture that I missed was the night that I went out to one of my cats buildings where they have a picnic table and eat. It was late, and I was just checking on things.

My cat JC was sitting on one of his pedestals, and as I walked in there, he never turned his head, but his eyes kept clicking back and forth to the table like he was trying to tell me that something was there, and that he regarded it as awful looking. It was like he was trying to tell me not to make a sound.

I looked over, and there was an Opossum having the cats dry food for dinner. I am sure I will never see a facial expression like that of JC's ever again.

Anyway, my concern was How will this Opossum leave my yard with the netting up there on the inside, but they swing around like monkeys, and can climb back out. Cats don't bother Opossums or skunks. At least mine don't. I had a Tom cat that lived on my porch, and he was a fighter, but he would just sit and watch the skunks or Opposums eat his food. I haven't heard it, but from what I understand, an Opossum hisses like a cat.

Their MO to let me know they have been there is a bowl turned over. They knock everything over, and have a big appetite. They are cleaning me out of dry food now in one of my yards that doesn't have electric fencing, so I start putting some canned stew in there to slow them down. LOL

We have a family of wild turkeys around here too, but I haven't seen them in a while. Since I have my digital camera now, I will get a picture if they come back.

We also have red tailed Hawks around here, and the turkey buzzards which are very big. Loads of birds too. I have a Pigeon that my husband rescued over a year ago. He took my cats litter box and spay room for a whole winter. His wing was injured but healed on it's own, however he can't fly. We have a huge cage for him out front now. His name is Eagle Beaky. I will have to post some pics of him.

Anonymous
14 years ago
Awesome photos, Donna!!!  I love opossums, and there are very few that you encounter in Maine!   When I lived in Florida, I use to really enjoy watching them at night (along with the armadillos ) walking around my backyard and searching for food!
Another one that was on another fence that night
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Opossum
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Opossum

I went to the yard at midnight to check on some of my outside kitties, and saw him, and went back into the house for the camera.

Anonymous
14 years ago
Andy, you maxed out your upload to Care2 for the month? You must have been very busy uploading!!!   
14 years ago
Beautiful pics everyone, Its great to se the diversity of wildlife that we all live with. Even if we dont always know its there. As soon as care 2 will let me upload more photos ( i maxed them out lol) Ill post some more of my own . peace all .
14 years ago
Wellll, WHERE IS IT lol. "D. I wanna see whales
Anonymous
14 years ago
Nicola, I bet it's a beautiful pic!!!  I love humpback whales, and I'm really looking forward to seeing the pic!!! 
Ooops
14 years ago

sorry.

I'm having problems with my albums, will try again once they work.

Shame, it's a nice piccie.

;o)

Anonymous
14 years ago
Nicola, the picture came out as a red X.  You have to upload the picture to your Care2 album, then cut and paste them here. 
Whales
14 years ago
I saw these guys earlier this year in March on their way past Bermuda, it's a Mother and calf . 
Humpback Whales
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FINCH  

Bird : FINCHFinch is a general term popularly applied to more than 1,000 species of stout-billed, seed-eating birds that are classified in several different families and subfamilies. Among the weaverbirds, Ploceidae, for instance, are many species called finches (see WEAVER FINCH). The WAXBILLS, Estrildidae, are also a type of finch. Charles Darwin based much of his theory of evolution on birds now known as DARWIN'S FINCHES (Geospizidae). In a more restricted sense, however, finches belong primarily to the subfamily Carduelinae of the great family Fringillidae, which also includes the cardinals, buntings, grosbeaks, towhees, sparrows, and many other birds. Other carduelines, which are not specifically named finch, include the siskins, redpolls, crossbills, and pine grosbeaks.

Most finches, regardless of their classification, are primarily seedeaters, with stout bills and a well-developed gizzard. But even the seedeaters usually feed their young, for a few days at least, on more easily digested insects. Exceptions occur among the goldfinches (see GOLDFINCH), redpolls, and some other carduelines. Goldfinches, for instance, delay nesting until new thistledown is available for building their compact, waterproof nests and until the softer, pulpier new seeds of the year are available for feeding their young. Then the young are fed by regurgitation of partially digested seeds.

Many finches are brightly colored with red, yellow, or blue predominating, as in the purple (royal red) finch, goldfinch, and indigo bunting. The painted bunting is an extreme example of bizarre coloration, sporting a breathtaking combination of red, blue, green, and yellow. Most finches are very musical, with songs that vary from the soft twittering of goldfinches and canaries to the spirited warble of the purple finches in flight. Many authorities consider finches the highest and latest development on the avian evolutionary ladder.

     I see the Goldfinches during the summer around my house....
14 years ago
Grouse
     I have never seen ta grouse in my yard, but I have seen them in the area...
     Once in a while, you will see these along a country road.....Interesting birds, right?blue-grouse_(7818).jpg

Grouse, order Galliformes, are popular game birds of the family Tetraonidae and are related to the other gallinaceous birds including the turkey, the quail, the chachalaca, and domestic strains of poultry. Like their relatives, grouse are heavy-bodied, chickenlike ground dwellers and have a short, heavy bill and short, rounded wings. They are medium sized, 30.5-88.9 cm (12-35 in) long. The feet and nostrils are covered with feathers. They roam the ground for seeds and insects or sit in trees and eat bark or buds.

The tetraonids include the ptarmigans--the willow ptarmigan, Lagopus lagopus, and the rock ptarmigan, L. mutus, in Arctic regions; and the white-tailed ptarmigan, L. leucurus, in the high Rockies. All species have insulating double feathers and feathered feet; even the toes are feathered in the ptarmigans. So-called snowshoes, shed in summer, are characteristic of some species. Tetraonids also have erectile feathers--ruffs or pinnae--on the sides of the neck, and some have inflatable cervical pouches for producing the booming sounds characteristic of some species. They lay large clutches of eggs. They are nearly immune to starvation because of their varied diet. Intestinal ceca harbor bacteria that function in the microbial decomposition of cellulose, which is prominent in their diet.

Grouse make almost ideal game birds; most species can stand heavy hunting pressure. An exception is the spruce grouse, Canachites canadensis, which is too tame to make a challenging target and is often unpalatable.



Anonymous
14 years ago
Andy!!!  They are adorable!!!  I don't remember getting any Canadian geese in my yard, but I use to get wild turkeys where I use to live!  I'll have to check thru my albums and see if I have any of the turkey photos to share with all of you!  Like the geese, turkeys are very messy and make your yard very slippery!    But I always enjoyed watching them in the yard!!! 
14 years ago
I know ....those "little" guys are everywhere. Messy ... but cute!
14 years ago

Nothing really exciting in the way of wildlife in my imediate area except these guys lol.

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14 years ago
It is sad Kat, but it happens all the time. Maybe someone should drop them off in the woods to fend for themselves
Anonymous
14 years ago
Awwww, Andy, he's so cute!!!  I have one feral cat that I feed, plus there's a beautiful stray solid black, long-hair Manx kitty that's been hanging around that I've been feeding.  She is just gorgeous!  People are dumping their pets off here in the wooded areas because all the animal shelters are full and refusing animals!  It's so sad!!!  
14 years ago
Hi Ausra, Yes it is. I tried to catch it but hes to wary . I have about 4 or 5 ferals that hang out in the bushes benind me house.
14 years ago

Is it really wild?

Does He Count? lol
14 years ago

Feral Kitten

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Anonymous
My sister had raccoons where she used to live......
14 years ago
 Many many years ago in New Jersey they would come to her and take food from her hands. However the whole family of racoons that came to visit her got infected with rabies and had to be destroyed :O( She was so upset when her husband had to shoot them. She cried for days.
Anonymous
14 years ago
I have a raccoon that comes into my yard every night, and I swear he's about the size of a cocker spaniel!!!  He is HUGE!!!  I have never seen one that big before!!!  Has anyone seen a raccoon that big before???
14 years ago
What a cutie!I just wanna kiss him!lol
Anonymous
14 years ago
Awww Elena, Buddy is adorable!!!  I just wanna give him a big !!!
14 years ago

Here's "Buddy", our little racoon:

Our racoon

Anonymous
14 years ago
what awesome photos, Tracy!!! 
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Sorry this is blurry,but we took these at a Raptor Center in NC.They take in birds hurt by hunters and other accidents.

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14 years ago

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I took this from our car at Cades Cove TN.If you look close there is another deer in the background.

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This was taken in Georgia on our summer vacation at Calloway Gardens.

Anonymous
14 years ago
Tracy!!!  We have some of the most interesting wildlife here, that's for sure!!!  My son's grandparents have coyotes, foxes, moose, deer, and bear that have all come into their backyard!  They live in Southwest Harbor, Maine!!!
14 years ago
Kat I am moving to Maine!lol
14 years ago

Wow! They look like they're actually posing for you to take the picture! That is awesome! I liked Chuck too! LOL!

PJ

Anonymous
14 years ago

Here is a photo of some of the deer that visit my backyard and eat the grain I put out for them!!!

Mama and her babies

Anonymous
Photos of wildlife
14 years ago
| Blue pin

Here is a thread to share your photos of wildlife! 

Here is a photo of "Chuck", my groundhog!!! 

Groundhog

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