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I'm sure of it!
I try. I call them my wild pets. I get the fun of watching them and providing for them in a small way but no cages to clean. (And I know they are happier in the wild!)
What a lovely idea. I haven't experienced the deep cold you do, but it sounds as though you're making things very pleasant for furred and feathered friends.
Most winters I get the heated bird bath out for a water source. When I do, my deck is dubbed Parker's Spa and Grill!
Charming! It's so good they have a human friend providing for them. Thank you, skpy.
They are always hungry! And they find lots of food at my place!
shame they must be hungry xx cute puzzle xxxx ♥
Yeah, I wouldn't last long!!
Yes. Survival of the fittest. Thankfully, we are not on the bottom of the food chain. :-))
Well, it's nature. Everyone needs to eat!
I think I saw a hawk with something in his talons fly by the other day. He went so fast I couldn't see what he had.
Yeah, I was surprised by the numbers myself. They will get thinned out this summer when the hawks come through.
Did I tell you I saw a black one a few weeks ago? I was in a different city, where 2 of our sons live and driving by, I saw it. Hubby stopped and even backed up for me but couldn't sit long enough to get a good shot. The snowing needs to stop.
11 squirrels? Wow! I thought 4 was a lot. Thanks for the picture, Sarah!!
@jals yup still snowing and squirrels are still hungry! I counted 7 greys and 4 reds this morning!