Last Post For February

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4 Responses to Last Post For February

  1. Susan Praetorius says:

    Good morning Jim, I see you saw a Coyote too! My daughter Amy saw one on 532 on her way home from the Wash. Cross. post office. She was able to get pictures with her phone.! I never seen one myself except for pictures taken. Amazing how they are around here! Thank you for the great pics! The Eagle taking advantage of the hay for the steer. Incredible how large their nests are! Have a safe and stay warm Winter! Think Spring! SOON 🙂

    • Jim says:

      Susan Praetorius,
      Hello back to you. Not uncommon to see or hear coyotes here. It was uncommon a couple hours after sunrise as it was that day. The frozen ground having all the wildlife working longer and harder to find food. Not surprised they are now that far east. Never saw any there when I was young. That is a new trick the female eagle has learned to grab hay off the top of a bale. Just hope she never gets hung up in baler twine. This nest probably the largest in the area. Same to you stay safe and stay warm. Yes, thinking spring already…

  2. NH Gardener says:

    I wonder what those cows think of that eagle taking their hay.
    Nice shot of the coyotes!
    I hope you have a restful rest of the month.

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      The cows do take notice but pay little attention. Thank You. Will be playing with a couple grandsons so will rest well at night after trying to keep up with one all day…

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