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Something is a foot

Perspective is every thing! A new camera and a different angle of view makes a lot of difference when trying to photograph Coyotes.

OH – and the bait as well. 370 more words

Coyote Cam

Sunflower Heads and Autumn Drifting

Last summer in the community gardens I planted a row of glorious sunflowers along the edges of my plots.  They grew tremendously high, ten feet many of them, faces to the sun, and yellow petals being tickled by ginormous bumble bees. 268 more words

Food/Wine (and Preserving)

Niger Seed

Niger is an agricultural crop imported primarily from India, Ethiopia, Nepal and Burma (Myanmar). In these countries, it is processed into both cooking and lighting oil. 243 more words

Things To Do

Sneaky Squirrel

My fault, I should’ve remembered not to lay out the seed on the ground, this time.

I thought, “Man, I have a lot of hungry birds out there.” 33 more words


Bird Gardener

It is always nice to be given a helping hand in the garden.

In this case it was a helping beak that dropped some dwarf sunflower seeds from the bird food.


Video of an attack?

Most, if not all, of these postings warn that Coyotes are all around us. This author set up a trail camera (affectionately dubbed the “Coyote Cam”) over a game trail just outside of our back fence.  634 more words

Coyote Cam

Fade to invisible?

It is said that when Native Americans first began to hunt they were less then successful. The lowly Coyote took pity upon them and taught them how to blend into the landscape, walk silently, and become successful hunters.  715 more words

Coyote Cam