I was shutting the bedroom window one early Sunday morning, when I discovered we were having visitors in our garden.
My wife and I had quite a surprise at breakfast today, when we were watching a cat outside our house and a fox suddenly came out from the woods. The cat’s strategy was clear: Get as high up as you can and try to look as big and dangerous as possible. And the strategy worked, the fox left and there was no fighting. Picture taken through the kitchen window.
Three squirrels come regularly to our place to check out if there are any goodies. They love sunflower seeds! Here is one of them, having a good time.
Thank you, Mr. Squirrel. You add joy to my day. I hope the sunflower seeds taste okay.
Have you ever tried following a moose in this kind of terrain? You’ll probably feel quite small, and after three steps your boots will be full of snow.
Looking out of the window this morning to check on the weather and if more snow had fallen during the night, I spotted this moose with her calf just 20 metres from our house. They seemed to be having a nice breakfast together, and I was able to take a few pictures through the window before they moved on. Experiences like this always make me feel so privileged. I am so grateful to be living in an area where I can meet wild animals.
Picture taken this afternoon. Not very sharp, unfortunately – camera at full zoom and no tripod.
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This one did not say anything, he was far too busy hunting in this field right next to our garden.