In the midst of the madness, the flying squirrels come every night and eat at least four or five pounds of birdseed. That's approximately 2 kilos. We've stopped filling the feeder every night because there's food in the forest and they don't really need to dine at our place every night, but apparently, our food … Continue reading BESIEGED BY FLYING SQUIRRELS – Marilyn Armstrong
Cee’s B & W Photo Challenge: Words that end in “ock” I don't have a lot of "ock" words in my house, but my son is very seriously into chiming clocks. He has at least 8 chiming clocks downstairs and we have 3 chiming clocks, one "world clock," and then about four or five more … Continue reading OCKS AND CLOCKS – Marilyn Armstrong
Groups of animals have collective names that are often archaic and unique. Raccoons are a gaze. Whales are a pod. Crows are a murder. Squirrels are a dray or a scurry. I haven't found out what a bunch of flying squirrels are so I guess they are a dray or a scurry too since no … Continue reading A GAZE OF RACCOONS – Marilyn Armstrong
Last night's pictures showed something I didn't think was possible: the flying squirrels sharing the feeder with the raccoons. I'm sorry the pictures of the little ones aren't great, but you can definitely see them this time. In one of the pictures, they are all lined up at the top of the feeder while the … Continue reading RACCOONS AND FLYING SQUIRRELS: SHARING – Marilyn Armstrong
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