Winter Guests

Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by Paul M, Dec 3, 2008.

  1. Paul M

    Paul M TPF Noob!

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    This is one of my winter guests here in Largo Florida for 2008. His brother is not far behind. I have named them Abbot & Costello. They have taken residence in my yard and I have seen them almost every day now for about a week. I just hope they survive the cold and lack of shelter. They seem disoriented being out during the day and moving around a lot. They are still babies and are only about 6"-8" long. Many photo opportunities to come.

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  2. Dmitri

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    Very cute. :)
    Careful tho, I once read somewhere that if you see disoriented looking raccoons during the day it usually means they have rabies.
     
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    i like how you did that border and the background. i havent seen that very much. adorable picture :)
     
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    Thanks Dmitri, I am watching closely, and I don't know if there is truth to that myth, but it's worth keeping in mind. They just seem lost and not knowing how to get by. I am watching from a distance and enjoying the photo ops.

    I am not sure why, maybe flickr was down temporarily. It seems to be working for others though.

    Thanks Flower Child, I wanted something a little different. :thumbup:
     

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