At camp Kenny and Donna found this crayfish. The way Kenny described it, it seemed like it must have been the size of a lobster!
Wow, we’re inundated by chipmunks in this part of the world! We had one regular visitor at the cabin who really was enjoying the new deck and sunflower seed we happily gave out to our “Chippy”. Then at camp we met up with two especially bold (rodents?) who climbed onto the picnic table and were … Read more
This was an exciting surprise! The other Sunday morning our camera captured a bear! We of course know they are around, but they’re remarkably shy – I hadn’t seen one near our property for a couple years now. But the new camera caught this one within the first week or so of being installed – … Read more
All the chirping, croaking and ribbits of spring have paid HUGE dividends in our pond! We’ve really enjoyed watching this brood (School? Flock? Wiggle?) of tadpoles growing up this spring.
So a year or two ago I bought a few game cameras to monitor and better secure the homestead. We’ve only had one or two occasions (that we’re aware of) when unrecognized vehicles have come up the driveway and then shown themselves back out again, but that was enough for us to want to know … Read more
As I was out on the deck a couple days ago, I was wearing only my reading/computing glasses, but I could see something moving on the pond. It wasn’t hard to tell that it was a lovely avian couple just visiting for a short while. I am very impressed with the quality of the pictures … Read more
Today on our way home from the mailboxes we took an extra moment to glance in the area where our neighbour and friend B! had been telling us for some weeks that “the garter snakes all hibernate in a crack in the rocks”. Imagine our delight and surprise when we saw a roiling, boiling coil … Read more
Got some nice pictures of the Lynx on the camera! But something tells me the bunny here isn’t having the best time.
Here’s some beautiful shots from my latest card swap. Didn’t even notice it on the thumbnail! But then saw the footprints developing. What a warm tail that must be.
I know, it’s a hare or a rabbit, but the picture calls out to me “bunny!”