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How wonderful! I think I might be tempted to stay up all night to see such beautiful animals in my garden!
The camera is motion activated so it is possible to get your beauty rest AND see the animals!
What a fun idea to film your backyard critters with a trail cam! It is amazing how many visitors are nocturnal.
Amazing1 If that is who visits you in the suburbs, I can't imagine it being much busier if you lived in the wilderness.
You don't sleep, too? ... What an amazing idea, to fill a sleepless night.Stay healthy and well, dear Blogfriend.
The camera is motion activated so we still get to sleep. The animals also seem shy enough to scoot when we try to sneak a peek out the window.
You have an amazing amount of wildlife in your back yard. The Trail Cam is a great idea.
Over in the Us everyone seems to get good results from trail cams. I'm not so sure they would as successful here in UK, but maybe I should give it a go?
I wouldn't know why it wouldn't work in the UK. We do try to tempt the critters with a salt block and an occasional snack.
I need to get one of those for my garden
Those eyes make it all a bit creepy!
Wow! You had a lot of visitors! :) Stupid question - how can you tell the difference between a fox and a coyote in the black and white view?
Wow! You get a lot of visitors at night!
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Wow, so many visitors!
WOW! Very cool photos of your nocturnal visitors! Happy Tuesday, Sue!
Good idea to install a night cam in your back yard. You have lots of interesting visitors coming in the night. I would be tempted to stay up to check on the visitors.
This is soooooooooo amazing! 😍
my goodness, amazing what you captured in the suburbs! Stay safe and enjoy your week.
I really like the idea of having such night visitors. But ... aren't they doing damage?Have a fine day and stay safe!
That is so cool!Thanks for hosting.
So much goes on at night that we have no idea about. Fantastic!
I love this!!! It so so eye opening to those who have no idea what goes on while we're under the covers...:)jp
Wow! That's impressive, and in the suburbs too! Thanks for hosting.
Many cool night guests!
Wow, that is so very cool. Very interesting night guests.
Great cam shots! Very fun for us and of course for you!
Awesome! My trail cam hasn't picked up any coyotes or raccoons yet, but we've had foxes, deer, and possums. We've also had a bear and some pigs!
Wow, you have quite the popular place for visitors, Sue! :)Hope you are doing well. Please give Tommy some pets and chin scritches for us! Thank you for hosting.
What a life near your house! Quite impressive!Even in grey shadows! :) Thank you for the linking and Happy WW!
Great idea! I have no words to express how I feel when I look at this animals. ❤️ It's a WW day!Have fun! 😊
Lots of wildlife out there, how fun!
Very well caught animals at night .. :)) Happy WW!
You do get a lot of wildlife visitors! I would never have guessed there would be so many in the suburbs.https://allatseawithme.blogspot.com/2020/11/wordless-wednesday-iceland.html
Really nice fotos of the animal night-lifeAll the bestGerda
Wow, if this doesn't look like my neck the woods for sure! I live right by Fox River! You sure got lucky with these pictures that's for sure! Very good catch. I showed my husband and BIG mistake... HUGE!!! Now he wants to do it! hahahahaha Have a good day!
Wow Sue! This is so much fun. The silent, night visitors hmmmmm .... you know who they are :) Lovely to see the trail cam captures. Have a fun filled weekend.
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