We live in the woods and are blessed to see many animals in our area, such as the bear, coyote, wolf, rabbits, bobcats, skunks, fisher.  We have trail cameras that we put out in our woods on occasion ~ which are wonderful because we are able to see what animals are in our woods and catch the animals in there natural habitat.  We don't get those frightened deer in the headlight shots, instead we get pictures like these.

Just thought I'd share :)

Until next time...
So it goes in my neck of the woods.


  1. Awesome Pictures! Thank you for sharing!

  2. Thank you Mel. I see a life rich with life teaming around you. Good food . It seems so relaxing but I also know you work hard. Your entries are so cool to read. When I look at spunky and your rescue about all they have in common is the markings.

  3. Great trail pictures!

  4. Wow, looks like our back yard on a busy night! After living in the city for most of my life I can't get enough of the critters roaming the yard at night.

  5. Your pictures are great. Love the bear cubs. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Beautiful pictures. I was able to see a fawn nursing one time in my life.

  7. Great job Mel, you make a great trail cam (does it get cold out there?? hahahah!)

    I love the shots y'all have your own 'lose zoo' up there. We have a few wild animals here, but nothing to compare to your shots.

    I love your trail cams. I think I adore the cubs most of all.

    Love from NC,
    Sherry & Jack

  8. Hi Mel, It is sure nice to see all the wildlife you have captured with your camera. I love wildlife and we do have some even here in the city. We have had black bears visit our city. We have had a few deer, one which walked across a Tim Hortons parking lot a couple of years ago, and last year a deer was down town shopping and went through a glass window. Unfortunatly I didn't see them, just heard about them on the news. You just never know even in a small city what you might find.
    Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving such a nice comment.
    Take care and have a great rest of the week.
    Dianne :)