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Thread: more yard critters

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    Senior Member berrypatch's Avatar
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    GARDEN ? WHAT GARDEN ? Glad someone enjoys your yard!
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    I have to get the camera every time I see them. The turkeys are back also.I love living here in the boonies with all my wild critters passing by.

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    aawwweeee, how beautiful. Love it, thanks sooo much for sharing.
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    totally awesome

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    Nice looking whitetail deer!! I love seeing the photos qb members share of their wild visitors!

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    WOW! What a great place to live.

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    Beautiful! Makes me want to move to the country.
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    Thanks for sharing. They are great. We also have turkeys in our yard, but we are not exactly in the country. We live in a small retirement community which used to be pretty rural, but is now surrounded by new developments of mostly empty new homes in one community and another that they are building even though the community next door (same builder) is a ghost town. Because of the rampant building (according to the county commissioers that means jobs), the wild critters are loosing their homes. We have had trouble with wild hogs who feed either on the roots of grass or grubs that feed on the roots so they did up yards viscously. I like the critters, I just feel sorry for the reason we have them.
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