Saturday, April 17, 2021

Square Dog Friday...Side Yard Camera

The north pond 


 When Molly and I were looking at the photos from the trail camera we kept laughing and saying
coyote, bunny, coyote, leaf, bunny, bunny, bunny, chipmunk, bunny, coyote, wildcat, raccoons, coyote, bunny, leaf, leaf, bunny, chipmunk, fox, and Agatha !

coyote

bun bun


bun bun

grey fox

coyote

javelina

3 raccoons in the pond

wildcat

coyote

coyote

wildcat

coyote

roadrunner (above the 84f)

more raccoons



 The most special, elivesive, charming beautiful Agatha.

East pond

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Fruit trees by the ponds.

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Here is the pretty to start the weekend.

Something special especially for Weaver who likes Hares and Bunnies.



"If you don't throw away your dreams they will come closer"

Small hanging that I love.

cheers,  parsnip




18 comments:

  1. Excellent photos! I've never seen an Agatha in the wild.

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  2. I love the picture of Winston licking his chops. All lovely pictures.

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    1. Son took the 4 photos for me. He is very good as he still has knees !

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  3. I love seeing pictures from your Trailcam! You have an amazing variety of wild animals and I know they all appreciate the ponds. The Wild Agatha species is especially beautiful!

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  4. I also love the wild Agatha species. Trailcams are cool.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Agatha's are very wild they are always trying to get in the house.

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  5. No wonder your gud dogs are always on patrol - so many wild creatures nearby! I love that wall hanging especially the saying. I have written it down. Thank you!

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    1. Yes they are on patrol but certain times of the day I keep an eye on them

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  6. Cool pics! I love the Roadrunner.

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    1. I have a few better ones. I will look them up

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  7. Heavens....the comment I left this morning seems not to have stuck. Will give it a go on my laptop instead of tablet and see what happens. All the lovely cam photos remind me to try and set up the device Chuck gave me for xmas. Two inches of snow yesterday but all melted away today so Spring is on it's way. Lots of wild critters starting to reappear so there will be much more to capture on camera than before. In fact, we seem to have a 'pet' opossum who insists on hanging around for free handouts so he/she will perhaps be my first subject. How's dear Winston feeling? He looks lovely as does sweet Agatha. X

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    1. I write comments and then leave the page before I click the add button !

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  8. Winston licking his chops is priceless.

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  9. You certainly have a wide variety of wild creatures crossing your property. I guess with the wildcat you have to keep an eye on your dogs if you let them out after dark.

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    1. They never go out after twilight alone. They are with someone plus Scotties have big voices witch helps. For safe dark potty runs I have built an enclosed side yard where they can be.

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