Saturday, June 23, 2007

Miscellaneous Deer Parts

Unfortunately the camera didn't get a picture of an entire deer, only a nose, an eye, ears, and a chest. I kind of like the nose and eye pictures though.

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If you zoom in on this one, you can see her udders. I wonder if she has fawns.
This seems to be a different deer. It's got a nice shiny coat, but it looks like it has an injury on its knee.
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Mangey Fox

This picture was taken Tuesday at around 5 pm. I wonder if it's the same mangey female in my last post.
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Banana Eating Crows

I thought the raccoons would like the bananas, but I guess the crows got to them first. The camera even caught one crow flying away.
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Thursday, June 21, 2007

Another Similar, Yet Different Fox!

Leotis snapped these photos around 6 pm today, before I got home. It seems to be a different fox than the last one, although it looks like the same age and size. Perhaps they are siblings! It has blacker legs than the last fox, and is mangier and spent alot of time scratching. Why they both hung out on the pond deck I don't know. Perhaps they were the ones who had lived under the pond deck as babies!

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After scratching some more, she ran to the front yard and peed. She was going to cross the street (near our fox crossing sign), but saw a car, and turned around and ran back along the house.

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Saturday, June 16, 2007

Fox Takes a Snooze

This little guy decided our pond deck was a good place to take a snooze, at about 3 pm on a Saturday.
We think he might be one of the runts in the litter from a couple years ago.

Awake again...
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Snoozing some more...
If you click on this one, you can see he's a male. I knew he was somehow.
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"Maybe I should trot off in that direction, but I'm too lazy to get up right this second..."
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He's pretty small in the grand scheme of things.

The last picture before he ran off. The flash hit his eyes and scared him off. We wondered if he was not feeling well, but after he ran off, it seemed like he was okay.
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Saturday, June 09, 2007

You can see this guy's tail.
There are two in this shot.
Look at that little nubbin of a tail! Isn't he cute?
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The big frog is more relaxed now that he is camouflaged by the duck weed, which has taken over now that there is more sun after the trees were cleared away.
Here are two baby froglets. One is hanging out on the leaf, which shows you how small they are.
They go scooting along the surface of the water, but they wouldn't let me catch them on the tip of my finger.
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