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Wednesday, August 14, 2019


Ardi Butler

We have had all manner of wildlife since our property backs up to a wood. We have had raccoons, deer (one came within three feet of the house), one lone opossum and many birds and squirrels to our feeders. Inside the house Baxter (the beagle) and Abby (a tabby cat). They are both "privileged" and have us totally in their power. Do you ever read The Highland Journal blog? That's another wonderful diary-like blog with a lot of the natural world noted and sketched. Thank you for sharing your rainy day with us.

Mad Englishwoman

Our birds let us know when the feeders are empty as well. They even fly into the house sometimes. My mother-in-law had a blackbird who used to knock on her back door every afternoon for his raisins.

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