Saturday, December 21, 2013

December Snow - Trail Camera

When we downloaded the November 2013 photos there were no photos for the last two days in the month.  I thought that was extremely odd, so I felt we should look mid-month in December to make sure the camera was functioning properly. It was and here some of the best.

I wondered who might be out and about during our snow.
The answer: Lots of deer! 

You can see the depth of the snow - the yellow daffodil marker is barely visible.

This deer is getting ready to ford Dorothy's Creek

One deer on each bank of the creek.

The snow has slow begun to melt.

Here's one of our handsome Big Bad Boys!

We got some interesting, if albeit blurry, night-time shots.
I'll share those in a later post, so stay tuned!

Margaret told me my link for the Golden-Crowned Kinglet audio file did not work, so let's try again - here. 


EvalinaMaria said...

How lovely! Thank you for sharing.

Margaret said...

So cool to see the deer being active!

Heather said...

How lovely! My husband likes to see your wildlife photos. Your blog is the only cross stitch blog he reads. ;-)

Ann at Beadlework. said...

Lovely photos of the deer in the snow.

Annette-California said...

So beautiful to see the deer in the snow. Thank you for sharing.
Merry Christmas, love Annette

Barb said...

Great pictures of the woodland animals!

Carol said...

Wonderful photos--I'm so envious of your snow! We have had nothing but rain here lately and 60 degree temps--needless to say our snow has disappeared!

Melanie said...

Very nice! I know the snow makes things harder for them but it's so pretty to see them tromping about it in it. Just like a real life holiday card.

Catherine said...

So pretty!!