The last couple of weeks have seen some major changes on our property and it has all happened so quickly! Access has always been a bit of a challenge and we did buy our 4-wheel drive car because of that, but we were managing. The first challenge we had was when you turn off the… Continue reading We Have A Road!
I moved my Stealth Cam close to our gate, where there is a little path going off into the woods, which almost follows our property line. I have often wondered if it is a path that animals use, because it certainly isn’t used much by humans! I suspected deer use it, for it to be… Continue reading Mother, “Deer” Mother of Mine
Well I must admit it was a jaw dropping moment when I looked at the pictures from my Stealthcam this weekend. I have tried various places and found that leaf movement gives me 1000+ pictures with no actual action, but looking up the driveway seems to always be successful, so that is where I pointed… Continue reading I Taut I Taw A Puddy Tat
We made our annual winter visit to the cottage a month early this year. We had a pile of snow last week and then warmer temperatures this weekend, so a perfect recipe to snowshoe in. It turns out that the winter has been so mild this year that this was the first amount of snow… Continue reading 3rd Annual Winter Visit
After my success in seeing the deer with my Stealth Cam I decided to move it to a new location and see what comes up and down our driveway while we are not there. We have seen the porcupine, geese and deer use our driveway while we have been at the cottage and hoped we… Continue reading My Stealth Cam Is Awesone!
We really enjoy our drive to the cottage and as we get close to the cottage we look for deer and other wildlife. We have never seen any deer on the main roads, although there are signs to be aware of deer and we pay more attention at dusk and at night. However, we were… Continue reading Buckle Up For The Drive
A baby porcupine is called a porcupette and we met one the other day. It was so fluffy that it seemed like it must have been very young, but they are usually born in the spring. A porcupette has soft quills made of hardened hair. This protects the mother as she gives birth. After a… Continue reading A Porcupette