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love the coyotes

When I see a coyote or other animal benefit from a waterhole I built or from vegetation I planted I’m always happy to know that my “cost” is far out-weighed by the benefits provided to all the critters, from insects to mammals…


raccoon play-time

Ever since moving into my home on Bear Canyon Road in Tucson three years ago the raccoons have been visiting the backyard almost every night.  I only know this since I’ve had a trail camera set on the backyard waterhole most nights since I moved in.   102 more words


Mountain Lions

One of my trail camera locations (with two cameras) has been pretty successful in catching mountain lions.  It took many months to narrow down the area and them some plain old good luck:


Game Camera Critters

Best to keep these little guys outside the garden! The rabbit fence and deer fence both have been working. I know for a fact that I have these critters going through the backyard because the game camera currently sitting on top of the compost bin catches them routinely foraging around the bird feeder. 117 more words


Game Camera Success!

My family bought property outside of town a couple years ago and built a cabin last summer. After seeing some deer, coyotes, and even a mountain lion, we thought it would be cool to get a game camera and see if we could get some shots of the wild life on our place. 347 more words

Nature And Science


In addition to moving my Moultrie game camera closer to the garden, I have placed one of the Arlo security cameras on the bird feeder. Hopefully any garden invading tree will get caught on I will be notified immediately! 26 more words