We've varied progress on projects. Successfully snagging his Rx after recounting his tale in my previous post, from there we came home to rescue froggies. After that I did the work on our taxes. (See previous post.)
They snuggle up to the warm rock, and that's where things go awry. I counted 19 lethargic cold frogs under a 3 cm of ice on Nov. 24. They are fooled into thinking this is a warm place.
I broke my long-handled net, I'll have to get another for next year, and captured 4/19 and took them down to the frogpond. I had the break the ice with the chopper. I have a shorter net, which sufficed.
I had to take the ice chopper down to the frog pond and I hoped for the best.
The pumpkins have been a hit. As I approached the trailcams, I could see right through the pumpkin!
I'm really behind in showing our critters, as there has been much action and/or stress here. Things are hopping outside with double-digit negative temperatures.
The doe is being followed by young buck Carl! 💓💔💕💖
🎃Carl likes the pumpkin! You can hear the graupel falling.
We had three coyotes at once Nov. 18th🎥, but this is a single Chad coyote on the 19th! I can't tell them apart too well. One, however, had a darker tail, whereas the others look like their tails are dipped in ink.
Several deer in the backyard, they are beginning to make single gender groups for winter yards.