I toss a little corn and sometimes, apples and kale,
all so I can watch the creatures of the woods that may
However, I completely forgot about the crows.
At first, just a few, OK, that's not so bad.
The crows did start their cawing,
calling in their families.
" Hey, family, there's free food here.
Come and get it!!!! "
and their families came....and
their friends, and their neighbors...
they came flying in and out to ' caw ' in more.
Finally, they all left, making room for the
family I really wanted to watch.
Thanks for coming, dear deer~
I've been waiting to see your friendly faces.
Normally, we don't feed too late into the season, but this already has been such a harsh winter that we want to be sure the deer get enough warmth around their bones to strengthen them for the running they are going to have to do to outrun the wolves.
Good luck to them. There aren't many Whitetails left in our area, thanks to the wolf problem created by some
' not so smarts' out there. Nuff said.
I wonder if they could do anything about those
Have a wonderful week.
I'm off to try to see some sustainable beauty in the woods.
Thanks for stopping in and making my day a good one.