Humber River Trail Minks, deer and bunny
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Humber River Trail Minks, deer and bunny

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Ally

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Yes, plural. I saw two minks about 100 meters apart.
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There were quite a few birds on the rocks foraging including a Northern flicker, I thought the mink might be aiming at one of them. But he sniffed at some leftover then left
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So excited to see a mother and a doe, took the camera out and after about 20 shots, realised there was no memory card in it. So if you don't like these shots, I have good excuse. :lol:  :lol:
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The mother looked back to check on the little one, I just had to get that. I don't know whether the buck relates to them. They are not together. But were spotted in the same area.
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I think he wants to play. He cleans, then looks at me, if I move, he moves; then looks at me, then I move, he moves. I had to say no, this time. So many mosquitoes, got 10 bites on my face, many many more elsewhere.
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The Humber trail is certainly a very lively place.
You picked a good site to make your own domain.
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