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Backyard wildlife

A few years ago we bought a little wildlife camera to put in the backyard of our cabin up by Sonora. You know the kind---it takes photos, day or night, of anything that trips its motion sensor.



We thought we might see a few cool animals, and we have over the years. So we thought we share the best photos with you.


Here's the link: https://photos.app.goo.gl/1Nt9UqQQ6Qro6SNj8


It begins with the most predictable ones: the deer that eat all of our plants, and the squirrels that chatter away at us. And then the raccoons, who only seem to come out after dark. But then it gets more interesting...

You'll have to check out the photos to see them all.

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