Saturday’s Critters – Wild and Domestic

On a recent hike on Turkey Mountain I found this tree that had been cut down. I am thinking that it may be a beaver.

And on a different area of the mountain I found this beaver cut that somebody had decorated with gold leaf. What a lot of work! Lots of people have posted this on social media so I joined the crowd.


And from the trail cam in the back yard I got several photos of rabbits. Or least their ears and one eye.


I captured images of squirrels as well.


Here is a guy practicing his toe hold and doing a vertical yoga updog stretch (or upsquirrel?)

Our little Pomeranian Kodi continues to grow and bond with us. He is very smart and when in the right mood, obedient, but most of the time he just wants his way. I kind of get that.

He and Lizzie, his older sister are becoming friends. We call her Nanny because she keeps a close eye on him. When she gets tired of him she just jumps up on a chair and Kodi cries at her.

And that’s a wrap for today. I’m linking with Eileen’s Saturday’s Critters. Lots of talented blogger/photographers post there, and me. Check it out.

8 thoughts on “Saturday’s Critters – Wild and Domestic

  1. Eileen

    Hello Alan,
    The beavers do a lot of damage to the trees. I like the bunny ear and shadow too.
    The squirrels are great acrobats. Your Codi and Lizzie are the stars, they are both cuties.
    Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, happy Sunday, have a great new week. PS, thank you for leaving me a comment.

  2. Ellen

    Life is better with critters whether wild or domestic and that Kodi is about as cute as they come. I love the gold leaf on the downed tree, that was a bit of an investment for the artist.

  3. A ShutterBug Explores

    Wild and Domestic ~ great ‘wild shots and cams’ but the Domestics steal the show for me ~ So precious
    ~ what a team you all are ~ Xo

    Wishing you good health, laughter and love in your days,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  4. Sallie

    Oh my gosh your little pup is almost too cute to be real! I’ve never seen a black pom — she’s adorable. And how lucky that you have a live-in Nanny for the new addition. I’m sure you are paying her well and showing her lots of affection too, since she is working so hard for you!! Love the trail cam photos too.

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