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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 11top, Aug 24, 2019.
I once discovered a Phennrocker peeking through my window.......
You have voyeurs in your town? You do have curtains, I hope.
Armed guards ................ Little Bastid got through Security somehow
I'm close to town, but still pretty rural. I have the deer, turkeys, coyotes, and my favorite is the owl that I hear as I go to sleep many nights. What I didn't care for is the snake that showed up in the downstairs bathroom one summer.
I have Germans pass my house on a daily basis, does that count as wildlife ?
I wanted a snack.
Here in north Georgia, we are overrun with deer, foxes, coyotes, black bear, etc. I love seeing them, but having lost one car to a deer two miles from my house, I could do with a few less of them hanging around the roadside.
I'll be your huckleberry.
I’m probably having breakfast at Huckleberry’s next week.
Love the nature stuff!! Love Polka and Dot, too!! We have deer, rabbits, and box turtles... love em all! Except I lost my Kia Soul to a deer on May 31...there's actually quite a few humans I'd rather run over than animals, but that wouldn't sound right, now would it?!?
I heard they can be rabid.
Fixed it, Paul.
We get deer here, too, but I’ve yet to host a turkey that wasn’t already, shall we say, prepped for a Thanksgiving meal!
Your property looks stellar, Steve.
I am fortunate to live on a fairly nice size chunk of land. We often see deer passing by. Very often go to sleep to the sounds of coyotes crying out. We used to sit on our patio and watch pheasants but that population is way down. We will now often see turkeys in the yard.
So what does Coyote taste like?
Chicken...everything tastes like chicken...
We live on a ravine and just south of us is a bird sanctuary. Mrs counted 23 different kinds of birds one day. All manner of rodents along with fox and coyotes show up frequently. We also had a beaver dam at the bottom of the hill for a few years.
I thought consuming coyote was illegal, at least in SW states. I mean, who really needs to catch a buzz off of coyote?
Well, we do have many fir trees locally. Only problem is a majority of them is hemlock.
I don't know but the buzzards seem to like them.