Tag Archives: squirrel

More Clicks from the Farm

24 Jul

It’s while I’m out tracking kids that I’ve been taking all the pictures of the goats and other things.  Today, you just get more of those clicks from pasture.

fritillary butterfly

Cookie and Jimmy P

Bob Cat

white gooseneck flower

Aphrodite

day lily

short-tailed squirrel

Japanese beetle on black-eyed susan

Bambi

mallow

Tony Llama

day lilies

Snickers

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Leftovers

12 Jul

Once again, I have pictures I just haven’t had time to share, so here are some leftovers!

the herd on the front pasture

sun through willow bokeh

Margarita

Enkidu checking out a squirrel

dragonfly

Freya

red headed woodpecker

Pluto

lamb’s ear

Buster

LilyAnn

black eyed susan

Betty Lou

Other Critters

22 May

It’s not just my animals here on the farm.  I get to see lots of birds.

Baltimore oriole

There’s quite a few squirrels out in pasture.

Occasionally we have some other critters show up.  Or Bob might bring them up.

Bob Cat

Yep.  He caught a baby bunny.  Luckily, he’s not a starving cat because he didn’t notice when I took his bunny from him.  He was just waiting and resting until it tried to escape and he could play with it some more.

I really don’t see very many bunnies here with the cats and dog ready to chase them.

I took it to the Back Forty and let it go.

Should have changed camera setting first, but I was more worried about Bob than pictures.

This morning, I think I rescued the same baby bunny from Bob again.  I did warn it that it might not be lucky enough for me to be around to save it a third time.

Hopefully, it has learned its lesson.  Then this happened.

When the vet was here helping me push pills down the goats, kittens wandered out from under the workbench.  Seriously?  I only have fixed cats.  In the twenty springs I’ve spent on the farm, this is the first time I’ve had kittens born here.

Margarita tried butting one into the ground.  Seriously?

They were thin and horribly dehydrated.

They are back to healthy and have already left the farm.