This picture doesn’t do justice to spectacle of a red fox moving against the white snow
Very glad to finally see it It looks like he sets out for his nightly routine around 1:00AM and comes back around 6:00AM, having partied all night I speculate.
Thanks to Mike for lending me his trailcam
I found where the porcupine lives, it uses the same path every day and eats from the same pine tree as last Winter.
Straight into the collapsed barn
I should check the rubble for pirate treasures
They go around our house every day around the same time. We get to observe them closely unbeknownst to them. It’s very cool to see the adults coral the little ones as they go about their daily routine.
Stealing fiber from my camo netting and letting me get quite close.
I don’t have a name yet, I’ll be looking. => Cedar Waxwing (thank you Rich)
I don’t see the third one but I didn’t want to intrude too much.
I’ll go take a look at the nest tomorrow, they’re most likely all out by now. Mama Robin is getting used to us and doesn’t fly away until we’re very close now.
They arrived a couple of week ago, found our feeder right away.
We also found tons of pine twigs on the ground. Maybe we’ll meet one day.