Non-mental note: change the frogpond trailcam setting to 30 sec./ clip, not 10. I finally remembered to change it back to January, after having it set at February for a week or so! Jan. 11th, I changed the batteries and set it to the 10th, not the 11th. sigh.
I also have to remember to wipe off the lens. We had some wet, rainy days, and it looks frosted.How much fun is this? Little Labbit is a frequent visitor. She came a little further out from under the lilac tree.
Labbit Jan 9 from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo.
Connecticut family discovers black bear hibernating under deck
mourning dove from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo.I chucked out some unwanted bread in the forest. I hated it to go to waste.
Squirrels red & flying from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo.A doe ambles by the trailcam.
doe from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo.
They are not tame, by any means. They know us. They always run if I meet them in the forest. Nearer the house, they tolerate us. This is Clover's fawn. She ran off around the frogpond. By the time I made it to the trailcam and back to the house, he was back at the house. I think.
deer from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo.
I think this is Clover getting a wash from her fawn! This I shot out the kitchen window. I ended up taking down the shrub in order to see them better.
deer wash ups from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo.
That rabbit is cute.
I heard about that bear. The family made a sensible decision. Be aware it's there, leave it alone, and take caution around the property.
...in a former life were you a spy?
I am rooting for Labbit to make it through the winter. In our little village there's a problem with some neighbours feeding the coyotes, which has brought the MONR into town to deal with them - the people not the coyotes. Dealing with the people ensures that the ministry isn't then dealing with the coyotes. Your deer friends are SO gorgeous.
Okay, I'm sitting here going awwwwwwwwwwwww... YAM xx
OK to the rabbit. Yikes to the bear.
Oh seeing Clover just letting her fawn give her a wash was so sweet!
The deer are so cute.
Beautiful. And yes, the birds who visit us are not tame. They know us, but they are not tame. Which is fine.
Sweet rabbit 🐰
For the coming rabbit year!
It seems that your trail cam becomes more active or are you learning how to set it so that it shows more.
Happy New Year Jenn - lovely to see the videos of what's going on around your neck of the woods!
I like your labbit, very cute! The deer are always a treat to see.
We rarely see deer here now, hunting season goes through till the end of January. Take care, enjoy your day and happy weekend!
I love that they are all named. And I especially am loving Labbit. She looks healthy; that's a good thing.
That's a lot closer than I'd want a bear to be. I'd definitely be making plans to discourage that bear next year. It's exciting, though, so I'd set up cameras :) A mixed bag, I imagine...
It's so fun to see your deer life.
Smart decision on the bear and I really enjoyed seeing the deer. Playing catch up.
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