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JBtheExplorer

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Went outside to look at the pond tonight. Nearly walked out into the native garden without a flashlight. That would've been a mistake. There's a skunk wandering around out there digging up food. I know they often visit at night because I always see the little holes in the lawn. It's been about a year since the last time I've seen one, though. Last week, I saw a groundhog in my neighbor's ditch. That's another animal I rarely see.
 

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Not a great pic but released 9 monarchs today! That makes over 80 this year, still have 8 more to go. The wrens discovered the caterpillars on the butterfly weed and hung out and ate 15 in one day so have been bringing them in to the cage.
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Awesome!!
I started plants just for this, I did t see 1 make it after I planted them out in the spring.
 
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6:30 am today, a owl outside my window woke me up w/ all The Who’s. Lol. No pics, looked but it was dark out.
 
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She and a beautiful 8 point buck came by last night the buck I could not get a real good picture of. Wandered around the hot tub pond for awhile then went off into the night. This was around 930ish
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