Wordless Wednesday...Wayward Wildlife

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Wordless Wednesday...Wayward Wildlife

When you leave your doors open, you just never know who might drop in.

Chickadee on Ceiling Fan Blade

Coincidence? I think not...

Chickadee on Tiffany Swag with Birdhouse

This little guy was sure the bag of birdseed behind him was "Self-Serve."

Red Squirrel In The Kitchen

This female cardinal tried out a number of perches in our garage, but wasn't happy with the accomodations. She squawked the whole time and eventually left...in a huff.

Female Cardinal In Garage
Cardinal In The Garage

You might remember this late night visitor from a video blog a while ago.

Raccoon
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Patricia Feager, MBA, GRI, Cert Negotiations Expert, Military Relo Prof
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John, you've given me smiles of joy and laughter! I also had birds fly into my house and have taken photos of them on the lamp or curtains, but I never had a birdhouse in my house! The photos are great and you tell such a wonderful story! The squirrel cracks me up. Is that a red squirrel? He just helped himself to the whole bag! And that raccoon, well, he goes straight to my heart!

Birds, they are so welcoming and yet so hard to get out of your house. Why is that? I could never keep them in plain view outdoors long enough because they fly away to quickly; yet when they turn your house into a birdhouse, they act like they are at the Hilton, or the Marriott, or some prestigious hotel and you they don't want to leave!

What a lovely post! I truly enjoyed it a lot!

July 30, 2011 08:52 AM
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How cute, John. Are you starting your own wildlife station at home? You should join the ActiveRain Animal Photography group or WildWednesday

July 30, 2011 09:01 AM
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John McCarthy
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Hi Joan - Thanks for stopping by. Our birds would NEVER do anything like that :-) They just come by for a visit and are very well-mannered. I should have put a link to the blog about the raccoons. Its really cute if you have a minute to visit:
Security Alert ... The Masked Bandits Gained Entry Through The Pet Door!

Patricia - I'm glad I had the chance to make you smile! Yes, that is a red squirrel. There was another photo of him where about all you can see is his tail, he is so far into the bag! Too bad it was too blurry to use. This is an example of our gray squirrels. "You've got my back, don't you? Don't you?"
Two Gray Squirrels

Toni - With your love of animals, I knew you'd like this one. Thanks for visiting. I will look into the groups you mentioned. Sure hope you and Craig are enjoying the weekend. Our weather today is spectacular!

July 30, 2011 06:51 PM
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Thanks for confirming that it was a red squirrel. I just love wild animals too! Isn't it fun when they make themselves at home! Of course it can be a real work out to get them out, but for the moment and for the purpose of taking pictures, it's great!

August 01, 2011 04:38 PM
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John McCarthy
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Hi Patricia - We were having coffee yesterday morning and had a chipmunk to entertain us. He ran all around the pool looking for a way to get a drink and finally hoped down onto the solar cover (we need to warm our water, unlike yours, I'm sure). This must be a regular routine for him because he somehow knew the cover would support him. He got his drink and hopped up onto the concrete deck and left. I just love having the animals around :-)

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