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Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Cute critters

An anonymous friend of a friend sent this great video of a grey fox and her kittens from up in Hillsborough. They are so adorable.

I learned some fox facts: A female fox is called a vixen, a male fox is called a dog fox or a tod and baby foxes are called pups, kits or cubs. A group of foxes is called a skulk or a leash.

And Jeff and Gena sent this video of the moose that visited their planters yesterday in Fairbanks. They told me that the calves are twins and that that is a pretty rare occurrence in the moose world.

Warmboe had a golden eagle fly across his windshield yesterday near Crystal Springs.

Bob Booth just sent a great picture of a juvenile cooper's hawk that he calls a "Prescott chicken." He's a pretty funny guy for an Arizonan.

Nice pics of animals, plants and food are always welcome here.

Bill had a few more iris bloom in his garden. Has about forty more spikes to go.

Canned Heat department - going to leave the city, got to get away...

I believe that the pandemic is causing more people to want to live in rural areas.

Read that Redfin used to have about .05% of its searches in the rural country, the number is suddenly up to a third.

Article says it is a profound psychological change.

Forget Fallbrook, you won't like it.

1 comment:

Ken Seals said...

The foxes are cute for sure. One of these days, they will have to start killing their own meals.