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Evidence of critters!

Sunday afternoon, I set four squashes on the back porch for planting in the yard some time this week. I bought them to bake, but never got around to it, so, figuring they were past their prime, I thought I’d bury them in the dirt and see if they’d sprout. 124 more words

"Camping 101" or "Welcome to Camp NaNoWriMo"

This year I am participating in the April Camp NaNoWriMo with some of my super duper awesome possum writer and blogger buddies! It is exciting because this is the first time in NaNoWriMo that I have had a group of writery pals to hang out with (virtually) and support. 992 more words


Toronto's new green bins to feature 'raccoon resistant' latch

Toronto’s new green bins will likely receive a furry thumbs down from the city’s raccoon community.

According to a recent staff report, the latest incarnation of the compost container will feature a “raccoon resistant latch” and more than twice the capacity of the current 45-litre bins. 87 more words


March, 29th

re you guys ready for the new week that is about to begin? Me, not that much.
But in the meantime, I had some fun drawing these small raccoons, hope you enjoy!

The Weekly Gaming Bear Bites I

Good afternoon (or whatever time of day/night that applies to you) You are here to witness the birth of a new weekly (hopefully) feature. I’m sorry I could not provide refreshment for this grand opening but fear not, the lack of beverages will all be but a distant memory once you have digested the delicious delights on offer(disclaimer; there is no food, the delights on offer are all verbal, I hope you are not hungry or thirsty). 364 more words



Written by Wild Mammal Care of Alabama

Why do some people choose ‘difficult’ over ‘easy’ when faced with human/wildlife conflicts?  WMCoA still hasn’t figured that one out.  308 more words


March 25, 2015 at 09:11PM

via rhamphotheca:

So, I was in the kitchen at work (I work in a park) getting some coffee, and I looked out the window and… there was a little friend looking in.