Monday, December 29, 2014

Trail Camera Photos - Bucks, Fox, and More

It has been a very busy few months since I have done a post.  The biggest and best news is that we have another granddaughter, born November 21!  In mid December, I was able to fly to Texas and visit her.  She is perfect!

Also, an article about this blog was in the online Grand Haven Tribune (http://www.grandhaventribune.com/opinion/opinion/1457581)!  And, on the Ottawa County Parks Facebook page.   Now the pressure is on!

So, as always, my Truth Cam was busy while I was out of town.  It's been about 4 years that I have had this trail cam and it is exciting to see what's out in our woods, here in Ottawa County, Michigan. 
Yep, that is the deer looking right into the camera.
We had lots of snow in November!  I put the pumpkin from Halloween in the woods and some sunflower seeds.

 That's about it for the Truth Cam for now.  I hope you enjoyed seeing what lives in my woods. 
 


4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I did a double take when I saw your post. It has been a while and that's okay. Grandkids are the best. Your critter cam is cool. That close-up of the deer, at first, I couldn't figure it out, then I saw its eyes. The deer must have been very curious about your camera or the noise it was making. Congratulations on your blog being featured in the paper. It deserves recognition. No pressure to post, it is for your enjoyment, but thanks for all your work. M :)

quietsolopursuits said...

Congratulations on the new addition to the family! Also to have an article published, a great month for you.

Plants Amaze Me said...

Yes, M :) Grandkids are the best. And the critter cam is cool. Sometimes animals will destroy a trail cam. I'm ready to capture something new but still it is amazing that these animals are just out there surviving.
You are welcome. You should put your accounts pertaining to our walks on the blog! I know, who has time! That's why I don't do Facebook, another time sucker.
:)

Plants Amaze Me said...

Thanks, Jerry! I'm famous, ha ha. Now the pressure is on! Your photos, on your blog, of the snowy owl have been fun to see!
:)