Beautiful goldfinches on the feeder.
HEY FRANK / MIKE ...HUMPTY DUMPTY SAT ON A WALL HUMPTY DUMPTY HAD A GREAT FALL ALL THE KING'S HORSES AND ALL THE KINGS MEN COULDN.T PUT HUMPTY DUMPTY TOGETHER AGAIN
I am always amazed how woodpeckers keep from scrambling their brains, beating their heads on the wood.
Some nice woodpeckers visiting the feeder today.
Too bad the fence is blocking the bird feeder.
Another first snow.
The camera works very well at night, there are several deer feeding on that roll of hay.
Pearls before swine! LOL
LOL....throw some good and healthy chocolate out there!!!!!!
I agree ....... filling themselves up but no nutritional value.
Bringing the camera controls forward ...
I wish they'd take that darn hay away so the deer don't eat it!
Mira ....... such natural beauty on your doorstep. I swear I could smell the fresh air. LOL
Speaking of backyards, there's a house with a 98 acre lot for sale at the very end of our road ... I looked it up and they had a couple of nice photos.
Here's the beach at the end of our road ...
Here's the view from the lot, looking south across the area where I live, toward the mountains ...
Exactly ... no need for extra food, plenty of natural vegetation.
Mira....it does look like they have many options in their backyard for the deer to choose from!!! lots of brush and trees!!
You're welcome Trix. You'd think the people here would know better, having such a large and "critter friendly" back yard ... maybe I should forward the article to them.
Mira....thank you for the article...very interesting!!!
Good point Trix ...
We never feed our local blacktails ... what they state in that last paragraph is basically what we try to do around here.
i have read where dead deer have been found with stomachs full of hay....no nutritional value :( they would be better off eating bark off the trees!!!!
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