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Monday, April 21, 2014

Surfacing






Taffy reports that there is a muskrat hanging out under the dock.  Muskrat is quite happy with the current water levels -- it makes his life easy, and gives him lots of room under the dock to roam around. Or nap.

We found some opened clam shells along
the shoreline as well, which would point to a Muskrat Feast.


It was a challenge to get low enough to say Hello...

What a superb Spring day it was though, with such mirror smooth water, and the ice getting steadily darker in preparation for vanishing.

That was yesterday.  Today, although it soared up to 18 degrees, we had some drizzle in the afternoon.  Down by the cook-out beach, there were frogs stirring.  It keeps a dog busy, all this wildlife in the back yard!   We haven't heard the frogs yet, but I'm willing to bet it will be tonight. 

They can join the Barred Owl who has been serenading us all week...



1 comment:

  1. Wonderful shots of Taffy! A dog's curiousity never ceases.

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