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Discussion in 'Utterly Contagious Games, Jokes & Fun' started by Blamo'sBestBuddy, Aug 12, 2019.

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    AmberLops

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    Oh yeah...she's vicious :lol:
     
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    This katydid came after my hand right after I took this picture! I researched them and apparently they have quite a painful bite...sure is a pretty bug though :)
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    Look at this nest of wild rabbits ha ha!
    These are Netherland Dwarfs...enjoying their ice packs. 101_0259.JPG
     
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    F3D8EB2B-D4C6-4FFA-9B9E-8DD5B3563DE5.jpeg Our resident eagle, there’s a big pond across the street that he/she fishes just about everyday.
     
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    50107D88-DD0B-4A63-9AEC-A8F90DB05710.jpeg This is a lightning strike on a full moon. Not sure if lightning is consider wildlife. I think it is. It’s my favorite thing to photograph because it’s a challenge to get it to stay still
     
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    Baymule

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    We borrowed a neighbor's game camera. There is a hole under the outer parameter fence that is a super highway for the local wildlife. I fill in the hole, they dig it back out. I have plans on hot wiring this fence this winter, top and bottom. We cleared most of the brush and small trees that provided cover for the wild life, so maybe that will slow them down too. It was so thick behind the horse barn that deer jumped the fence to have their fawns back there. Not anymore, it is cleared now.

    A coyote on the outside of the fence.

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    A fox on the inside of the fence.

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    Possum

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    That’s awesome you were able to catch em like that. The fox and coyote were there almost the same time a day apart.
     
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    :ep
     
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    That’s what my dogs bark at. They are not on that side of the property or they would probably go over or under the fence to give chase. As bad as the coyotes are, it would more than likely be a lure to the dogs death.
     
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