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Look out the window and spot this field mouse on top a feeder . Pretty much knew what got it up there with CuCuy ( B&W cat ) yapping out at Huckleberry . I went out and took them both in and let it go. IMG_5277.JPG.d45543d8e8de7a25a9fc36bf53ea359a.JPGIMG_5278.JPG.14753d6c197ff568a610f0bf1b6b2e9e.JPGIMG_5284.JPG.4f76616e4cd8c3788b136636ef451069.JPGIMG_5281.JPG.e73752920a86984b058d470bd240cc58.JPG

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My kid found this in the middle of the woods a good 1/2 mile from the closest water. He carried in his hand all the way back to the house, Lucky he didn't get bit.P7040077.JPG.e30fa6ac20c6914e0ede9020f23954a7.JPGP7040078.JPG.79074f3550573afc20d2ee5076973b26.JPG

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17 hours ago, squidder 329 said:

Somebody went to some effort, not sure it was needed.

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I fish a lot of shoreline. Mother Nature of Snakes Raccoons &

Birds digging up turtle eggs are more of a danger of surviving than someone stepping on them 

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Down here, crows and gulls are the number one threat to turtle eggs

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Kitty was nose to nose with this  guy this morning. We have had king snakes on porch 3 times this year. Came home from work 2 nights ago, see snake on driveway, jump out and it was a copperhead. It hauled butt into the woods. This morning happened to go out and throw some clippings out and see our 4-5 month old cat on point. Cat’s nose < 12” from snake who was reared back. 

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On 7/6/2022 at 9:17 AM, robtf said:

Off of Highlands last week

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City scape in background awesome. 

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I was watering a dried out plant on the periphery of the lawn, and caught this guy staring at me. Good 4 feet long, no more than 3 feet away from me. He did not seem at all concerned! Beautiful animal who looks like he's getting his fill of mice. 

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On 7/6/2022 at 10:30 AM, robtf said:

Down here, crows and gulls are the number one threat to turtle eggs

Fun fact calling someone a turtle egg in China is like calling somebody a son of a bitch here.

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