RACCOONS: CONVERSATIONS AND A CONGA LINE – Marilyn Armstrong

Given that this camera takes a lot of pictures every night, I’m going to have a lot of pictures of woodsy creatures. So before the next wave of pictures comes in tomorrow morning, I thought I’d post a couple of favorite shots of raccoons. Because we got a lot of pictures of raccoons. Many many pictures of raccoons.

It’s a conga line! Everybody get up and DANCE!

And now, time for a brief chat about the quality of seeds.



Categories: Black & White, black & white photography, Marilyn Armstrong, Photography

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15 replies

  1. LMAO seriously, that was perfection!

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  2. I am impressed! Raccoons! I’ve never gotten a picture of a live raccoon before… mainly because the only one I ever encountered ran out in front of me on the road (I didn’t hit it, but I also didn’t figure out what it was until after I’d gone by). Can’t wait to see the next photo of skunks doing the tango…

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    • We got a lot more raccoons. I’m not seeing the flying squirrels because they glide in from behind the feeders.

      Those are pretty small raccoons. The big ones can get to 40 or 50 pounds of claws, muscle and they BEG. They are very smart and if they get into your house, OMG what a mess. They have thumbs.

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  3. What a bunch of little enterprising crooks! Good for them really–and good for you not to be bad to them.

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  4. I think they like the quality just fine Marilyn….

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  5. You might wanna pipe in some music so they can do dinner and dancing at your place.

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  6. We don’t have raccoons here just squirrels and I rarely see one as they prefer to remain in the forest. Who knows what happens during the night.

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