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Looking for mice

Posted by beegood Zone 3 Alberta (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 1, 12 at 15:25

Coyoteinbackyard001Scouting around my back yard looking for a meal


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Beautiful!!! Am I the only gardener who thinks coyotes are to be admired?

I'd like to have that mouser in my front hall for a couple of hours. I have an uninvited pet that my shelties just can't seem to catch!

Thanks for posting, Ingrid.

Ginny


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Thanks Ginny. They are beautiful animals but I for sure have to watch before I let the dogs out. I had a mouse in the house but I think it died of old age. No more sign of it for quite a while. Hope all is going well for you. Just think in another 3 weeks the days will get a wee bit longer and we have spring to look forward to. New beginnings.Take care ingrid


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Wow, its coat is so nice and thick i thought it was a cat, at first!


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Great, ....you put him in a nice frame!
This young guy was also looking for food,..in the flower bed!


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Another one...


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That's a great picture of the coyote! We have them here but they don't come near the house, maybe because we have dogs. I think coyotes are really cute, that one has a nice full coat.
Konrad, I always enjoy looking at your pictures. I guess right now the deer have to look for food whereever they can find it.


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Great pictures as usual Konrad. Are they taken with your motion detector camera?. Do you know the one that Lee Valley sells?. I wud love one but don't know what to get. And do not want to spend an absolute fortune on one..Any suggestions. There is a lovely 4pt buck around here as well as a bald eagle flying by every day.


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Thank you all!
Yes, it's my home brew.
Not sure about Lee Valley, Cabela has a large selection, don't know which one, perhaps you can try one out, let them decide what's best for you, ...see what return policy they have.

Here is a link that might be useful: Trailcameras


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What ever cameras you guys are using, I hope you keep using them! I love that you are sharing the pics! I get my wildlife fix without having to leave home! :)

Ginny

PS Ingrid, Chloe finally caught the mouse but it had to trap itself in the sunflower bin first. Easy catch for a bigmouth sheltie!


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