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Rob'in'To

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Gotta love the warmer days of the year!  Lots of mammal sightings out back, we enjoy them all.











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Quote from: "Rob'in'To"
we enjoy them all.
Best to enjoy that black & white one from a distance! :)

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Ha ha!  Yep.  Although we've pretty much bumped into each other a few times, startling me and him.  The shot in between the houses was one of those moments.  That's a bag of mealworms I was going to feed to the Robins.  Mr. Skunk was right around the corner of our house.  I saw him, he saw me, he started to stomp his feet which apparently means he is prepared to spray.  So I dropped the bag and backed real fast.  I got a few photos and he got some grub.  It was cool he was out and about a number of mornings well past dawn.  Word is there are a few babies running around the neighbourhood now.  I hope to see one or five.   :D
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What a Motley Crew you have roaming around the 'hood.
Cool furry friends Rob. They must feel super dafe in your backyard, good for you!!
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Indeed they do.  Now we are in to August and they are spreading out.  It was a blast while the family was all together.  A couple of the lil guys still come around and have that curious notion about them still, which is nice.  I won't offer them food by hand but feel free to find the scattered peanuts about the garden or meal worms that the birds missed.
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