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re: Animals

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by » Sat Sep 12, 2020 04:21 pm

Yes poor fox, but I bet the mouse was surprised at his reprieve.  I haven't been out much since last weekend so I haven't seen much.  I was in an area heavily populated by deer where you almost always see several, but strangely, I didn't see a one both nights.  I did catch a glimpse of what could have been either a fox or a coyote bounding into the woods alongside the road but that was it.

Every year it seems to be a year for one animal or another.  This year seems to be for crickets and spiders, although the crickets have so far been strangely quiet, and I'm not complaining.

For 2 days it's been all rainy and drizzly and cool here.  It's really felt like October but today, I think it's going back to normal.  John

re: Animals

message 2 of 3
by » Fri Sep 11, 2020 10:47 pm

Poor fox losing his breakfast in the middle of the road.  That would be very creepy seeing all those crows!  But it's 2020 so nothing should surprise us.  Peggy


Peggy, Laila and Angel Minchie


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by » Fri Sep 11, 2020 06:22 pm

2 Days ago on the way to work, I had to stop for some deer to cross the road. After, I began to go againa nd a Fox raced across the road and my car must have scared him, he dropped a mouse in the road.

Yesterday at least 50 or 60 crowa flew to a tree from all directions! It was creepy.

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