WHOA. close ups.
yeah, they like to ham it up for the camera. They always seem to know its there. The racoons tried to pull it down and drag it off to their smelly lair one time but they couldn't get it off the tree.And that last pic looks like it could pass for some kind of bad dept of motor vehicle for deer drivers license photos.*
the camera has flavr! no coon pics?
there are some racoon pics but they are all night pics and a little hard to see in some cases. plus they aren't really doing anything too interesting. *
no close ups? i guess no food, no fun.
not lately. mostly in the distance rooting around for worms and bugs on the ground. but they like apples too. i should point the camera up into the tree. catch em up in the branches pickin apples maybe.*
other tree critters too. flying squirrels! hell. squirrels. ears?
Be fun to catch some flying squirrels but they're so small (smaller than a chippie) i'm not sure the camera would even pick em up. especially in flight. haven't had a bear sighting in the immediate vicinity in a while. the last time was a couple years ago in the spring when one dragged a big bag of somebody's garbage into the woods south of me and had a picnic, took a big shit, and waddled off to shake down some bird feeders.*
bear feeders. flying squirrels are fast too.
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