I have several cameras on my property and the past two nights, one of them has been especially active. Last night alone I got over a thousand photos! So what happens at night? Watch and see in this time-lapse of two nights in the pasture.
I’ve been having lots of visitors lately – some I like and some I don’t. But I finally saw some of these. The first one showed up one evening at dusk. The next morning there were two other deer out there. I’ve seen them several times since. This makes my heart happy!
We had some more wildlife come to visit, I had some oral surgery and maybe I was a little cranky.
The day before yesterday I looked out the window and saw a coyote standing way back there in the pasture. I grabbed my camera and snapped a few pics. Like I said, he was waaayyyy back there. He plopped down and scratched himself…quite vigorously. Then he laid down to sun himself, just like my silly…
I recently snapped these through my back window. If I had stepped outside, he would have flown away. It was nice seeing Woody. “Then God said, “Let the waters teem with swarms of living creatures, and let birds fly above the earth in the open expanse of the heavens.”” Gen 1:20
Country living is the best, but it does have things that stink about it. Literally. We had a run-in with a skunk that decided to take up residence under the barn. We learned of its presence the hard way!
Yesterday I was sitting here at my desk when I noticed a movement outside my window. I peered through the curtain to see what it was.
When I last checked in with you all, we were in Oregon, and our next stop, was the magnificent Great Redwood forest. That morning we got up and headed through Grant’s Pass, Oregon – a lovely little town, and headed South and West.
Holey Socks! When we came up here three years ago, this leg of the trip we saw more wildlife than any other part – and let me say, it was a repeat performance. Just outside of town, we passed this sign. 10 minutes later, we saw a couple wild horses. Wild horses and…what is that…
Today I was running a couple errands, and saw an eagle sitting in a tree next to the river. It was snowing like crazy (still is as I write this) but I had to snap a few photos anyways.
Yesterday morning, the mother and young bull returned to our back yard. But those weren’t our only visitors yesterday. In the afternoon, my neighbor called over to us, and brought this one to our attention.
Last week I shared some photos of a moose in our back yard. Well, the very next day, there was not only a moose out there, but a moose with her yearling baby bull. When I woke up, I looked out the window and there they were, bedded down by the crab apple trees.