Walkies have been a bit sketchy lately. The bugs are horrid. Mosquitoes, blackflies, deerflies, and horseflies. Our Jesse is coming from Vancouver next week with his family. I think we'll have to stick to the back deck. I'll fill the kiddie pool, as well.
Enough worrying about the world. Here are some critters.
Even Cinnamon doesn't want walkies much. Mind you, he spotted his dratted red squirrel and was distracted. That's OK. There were sparrows, red-eyed vireo, and robins.
2 bucks from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo:
Of course he has a pee! coyote from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo:
butch with fur from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo. She needs a good brushing!
Robin frenzy from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo. There must be a nest nearby or fledglings hanging about that they are guarding! Robins can do up to 3 broods a year.
...it can be a buggy world out there.
Thanks for critter cams! I do enjoy seeing the night-time shots, which are so amazing as far as human's inventions go.
They're warning us about ticks here, but I'm less likely to be bothered by them here in the city than if I lived out a ways.
Robins are such fun to watch :)
So nice to have the cams. To me, the animals look like they
know it is there. So clever.
Have a lovely weekend...
Loving your critters.
I can't imagine going out there with all those bugs about.
Lots of bugs out there this time of year.
You get some great shots with your trail camera. - Margy
Was it the sound of birds or something else in that night camera.
We have a tick warning in Wichita. I'm SO glad the boys don't go outside so they can't drag a tick into the house. Your fly problem is even worse than my mosquito problem. I felt like a voyeur when I saw the coyote.
I'm getting quite a few bug bites over here. I think it's bird mites.
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