Many of my followers ask me "when are you going to post something. Some are interested in flowers/gardening, while others are interested in wildlife video clips. Some are interested in both. Today wildlife video clips will be my choice of the day. As our snow melts I am gearing up to get my cameras back out into the hills to see what I can capture on video.
Someone asked me questions about predators in my area. We have bear, wolves (periodically), mountain lion (cougar) and coyotes. I have seen mostly coyotes and was able to get the following clip on my game camera: (as in the past you need to click each link I am sharing to see the video clip)
Some people in my area view coyotes as a nuance and that they need to be eradicated. Myself I really have not had issues with my chickens or dogs, like some people say. I view them as a necessary to help keep balance in nature. They thin out the week and sick animals, and keep rabbits under control.
Next up is a young yearling whitetail buck who is a little full of himself for such a youngster ( I had left some apples for the deer and elk):
He should grow into a fine mature buck with an attitude!
Next up is a nice daylight clip of a doe and a young one born in the spring:
This last one is after dark and he has been a celebrity on previous clips. He is one of 3 fairly large whitetail bucks in my area. I am sharing this because this location is just out my back door. There were clips of several bucks and couple of does this night. He is probably 50 paces from my house. This big one kept coming back in forcing the others to move out.
I will try my best to post something else this weekend. I am not sure if it will be flowers/gardening or maybe some photographs from my cruise to Mexico two years ago. Once I post something it takes a while to stay up on all of your replies, therefore there are delays in posting again.
I appreciate everyone who up-votes and comments on my posts. Many share photos which I believe can add to my post. In the event your reply is missed it is not intentional. Thank you very much for your support!