Bondi Resort Blog

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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Spring Visitors

 Well, looky...

A flying squirrel ventured into my proch yesterday, merrily scarffing down the bird seed in the saucepan, and helping himself to the oats and corn that are stored there for the deer.

These are the most beautiful of the squirrels, tiny with such enormous eyes.

Seeing them out and about is also a sign that Spring has made inroads, since we rarely see them during the worst of the winter when, clever little darlings, they hole up in warm snuggly places and snooze away the cold.

Another visitor who indicates that Spring is springing (albeit slowly) is the chipmunk.  Who turned up at the feeder today.

And on our walk today, we found the tracks of raccoons...

When these little friends show up in the neighbourhood, it is proof positive that Winter has lost its grip.

1 comment:

  1. It is a cute critter. The first time I'd ever seen a flying squirrel was in Muskoka. And I saw a chipmunk the other day as well... so spring is coming.