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I would doubtless enjoy viewing the feeding activity in your yard, suemarie. :-)Bears can be a problem here in Florida. I have friend who works for Fla. Wildlife Service, working to keep the bear population healthy & safe. Residents have to be careful about leaving food out, when bears are known to be in area.
No, we don't! We do have some coyotes in the area, sometimes, though......but our backyard is fenced, and most of our neighbors' yards aren't, so we mostly get birds, squirrels, opossums, raccoons, gophers, and other small animals.
I guess you don't live in bear country, then!
Then you'd L O V E our backyard! Along with more than a dozen bird feeders (used by squirrels as well--so much for squirrel-proof....), we have suet feeders and a tiny man-made pond with waterfall (and winter heating coil) to drink from. Plus, we're always throwing out (on the lawn--not into the garbage) leftovers and bread and peanuts and extra bird-seed and turkey/chicken carcasses and ......
A "wildlife critter" coming upon a tasty-looking morsel most always makes me happy. :-))
You're right! Maybe it was Thanksgiving, and he was grateful for a bountiful harvest! :-)))Thanks, gogogo!
He looks like he's contemplating his good fortune - cute photo. :-)
He looks like he's eating a tiny slice of pizza! :-)))
suemarie, dogmad appears to be a young girl. It's likely she's just embarrassed about having made that comment.
My last comment was a reply to dogmad's comment that he/she "thought it was boring". I have no idea what he/she meant by that, and I've asked a few times on his/her own puzzle, the one I commented on about back to school beer, but the only response I've gotten is for the comment here, about "boring", to be erased......
Sorry Sue. Some just don't belong here on Jigidi.I love Jigidi, but I'm going to have trouble eating watermelon without thinking of you for a while.
Groundhog/woodchuck. We get them, as well as lots of squirrels, deer, and chipmunks, plus the occasional opossum, raccoon, and, unfortunately, fox and coyote.
What is he ?
I'm sorry I never saw your comment--thanks!