Sunday, June 13, 2010

June 11th And 12th Critters


The Woodchuck on a rainy day. All wet. She has not had any young ones with her since that one day when the baby came with her. Never will know what happened to it. I don't want to.


One of the yearling male foxes. I think that older female was his mother. She sort of crouches down if he comes too near as if to say stay away. He waits then comes down. They have to keep their distances when they get older, even if it is his mom. Although they tolerate each other I think.


A little chipmunk hiding in the rock wall and another one on the side of a tree, waiting for the fox to leave.


Different views of one young squirrel.


A Grackle, house finch or sparrow. Not sure. BlueJays, Young Starling and a male Cardinal.

5 comments:

The Retired One said...

Delightful critter photos, as always, Ginny!

Pat Tillett said...

great shots and narrative Ginny!

rainfield61 said...

1, 2, 3, 4.....

They are many over here.

So nice to ses them everyday.

Samuel said...

Nice collages!

Ratty said...

One of the things I like about your pictures is that sometimes the animals are looking right at you, like the woodchuck. They seem to accept your presence, and know you are a friend.