Part of my morning rounds has been to check the garden beds for deer (or other critter) damage. Since we lost several Mongolian Giant sunflower transplants, there has not appeared to be any more damage in that area. In the main garden beds, there has been little more than a few spinach that the row … Continue reading Captured!
Setting the trail cam on the saw horse did work; several files were captured. First, the good news. Nothing was eating the tulips last night. The camera did catch a few critters, though. I took some screen caps from the videos. There was only one night time file, and it looks like the first definitive … Continue reading Tulip cam’s first pictures
I am curious as to how this deer got so damp all over like that, but his mother wasn't.
The deer had to do some digging to find the feed, buried in the snow!
It's always interesting to watch the deer when they are on alert, and those loooong ears are constantly moving around.
It's the end of April as I write this. The next few photos I'll be posting were taken in the middle of the month, just after we got a significant snowfall. What a difference a couple of weeks makes! And what a face this young buck is making! Not too keen on having to dig … Continue reading Critter of the Day: What’s that face?
Just look at those little antler nubbins! So cute!
Watching and waiting for other deer to leave the feeding station.
I don't think she approves of being photographed!
Is he peeping at the neighbors again?