Okay, I've talked before about all the wildlife around *the witch's hut* and how the deer are a bit pesky, but we still like them.
So, my husband filmed something funny this morning:
...don't you love the witch-i-ness of our property? And this is after I power-washed 2+ inches of moss from the patio, chopped down the four-foot-tall grass with a brush-cutter and hacked away a ton of ivy to reveal whatever that is on the patio... I think it used to be a home-built smoker or something? There are cabinets, counters and a broken chimney with a fish on it.
How cute! I can't believe how close to your home they are. I live in the desert so there is not much to look at. A few bunnies...maybe.ReplyDelete
Awe, that's actually cool. A huge buck came into my yard once, and then went bolting down the street. Developers have taken over all their land, and now they don't know where to go. I love wildlife though. I probably would have taken pictures, too.ReplyDelete
There were actually 6 deer there, but couldn't catch them all while filming :)ReplyDelete
They are pretty brazen, come right up onto the doorstep and look in the windows, then my cat hisses/growls and throws his body against the window... and they ignore him :)
To me, this is like something from a movie - having Deer in the garden is just awesome. I once saw a deer in the field behind out house and I was talking about it for weeks - nobody believed me :-(ReplyDelete
Brilliant, brilliant! Love those deer :) The "good life" indeed!ReplyDelete
that was sweet! We have deer but no (bird)feeders to attract them; too many cats!ReplyDelete
That's a different kind of foraging. I have bird feeders but they never attracted anything that big... although there was an extremely fat seagull that kept coming to feed, last winter. ;)ReplyDelete
I think the raccoons would take down any wandering cats and my cat is strictly indoors.ReplyDelete
I'd have loved to see a fat seagull trying to get into the bird feeder!
The coolest thing is that we're like pretty much still in the city, just next to this tiny, protected wilderness.
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