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Wildlife at the End of the Road – Wordless Wednesday

White peacock

Over the years many kinds of wildlife have passed by the End of the Road. This white peacock visited for a couple of years, but we think he finally met his fate.

Weasel – captured

Weasels can fit through the tiniest holes in the hen house, but we caught this one.

Frog

Lots of frogs and toads this year.

Porcupine

This porcupine was happy to bask in the winter sun outside the hen house.

Young moose

The most recent visitor was a  young moose. He didn’t stay long. Other creatures who haven’t stayed long were a bear, a fox and many deer. There is never a camera at hand, but once a fawn stayed for a few minutes when I did have my camera.

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6 comments to Wildlife at the End of the Road – Wordless Wednesday

  • What a beautiful series of images! Lovely birds! Thank you for sharing it with us!

    Jorunn Norge

  • Lisa at Greenbow

    I can’t imagine having a porcupine or bear in the garden. How exciting. A moose would scare me because I think of all the damage it could do to your plantings. Fun to see the wildlife around your garden.

  • Pat

    Lisa – so far our regular moose only browses some pussy willows and seems satisfied for the season. This is a Country Garden!

  • A peacock? Now that’s something new. Where on earth did he come from?

  • Pat

    Sarah – We have no idea where the peacock came from but he wandered around our town for three or four years before he disappeared.

  • You have wild peacocks in Massachussetts??? Love the frogs, but I personally would definitely keep my distance from the moose and the porcupine.

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