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Gliders at home

Sugar Gliders (Petaurus breviceps) readily take to nest-boxes and they have featured on this blog a number of times before. But we never tire of viewing remote camera images of these little creatures, and nest-box sites are a good place to record them. 254 more words


But I brought you a green worm...

But I brought you a green worm…

My office has 3 huge picture windows looking out into the front yard and just in front of me is a bird house occupied by Carolina Chickadees. 190 more words

Equipment I Use

We've got Twins!

Remember Mr. Bluebird that you met the other day? He’s been fiercely protecting his nest box for his lady, along with sharing the mealworms that I put out for them. 196 more words


Six Weeks

Well, the kits aren’t weaned yet. I decided to redo my grow-out hutch and it took longer than I expected. I threw away the old frame and built a new one. 61 more words

New Zealand Rabbits

House Claiming

A picture from last weekend at Desoto National Wildlife Refuge. A Tree Swallow cleaning himself on a Bluebird box. Saw quite a few of them trying to claim the nest boxes for themselves when they aren’t nesting yet. 78 more words

Jean Marie's Photography

Five Weeks Old

The kits turned five weeks old yesterday. They look small until you pick one up. I can barely get my hands around most of them. The biggest is a white doe. 62 more words

New Zealand Rabbits

Notes from the sanctuary - the beginning

A couple of weeks ago, a friend of mine came over for a visit. She noticed that the tree outside of my living room window had an old bird feeder hanging from a branch of the tree. 483 more words