I've had to switch up trailcams. My old one doesn't like our temperatures! I brought it indoors to thaw.
As of Saturday, one unnamed shelter had 72 cases, with 62 residents and 10 staff testing positive for the virus.
Speaking of the homeless, we're still getting visits from the feral cat, Oregano. I put out cat crunchies, but I'm not sure it touched them. Wet cat food would freeze. I've not seen him in the heated cat shelter, so I unplugged it. He's here for the mice friends.
In this one, if you look beside the shovel handle, you can see Oregano's eyes.
Down to the trailcams. There were bunny tracks, nowhere near the trailcam, though! The trees are creaking, the snow is deep.
The wetland is frozen enough for me to cross over to the island. There were several deer beds there.
People with trailcams know how much fun it is to fetch the SD Cards and bring them back to the house to discover the critters. We're still debating what this is. I went down to try and track it, but all I could see were deer tracks. It looked more like a coyote to me. mystery in the dark