Bucks County has an amazing variety of wildlife.
A snake in the pool . This is is why I’m always careful when working around the pool, especially when opening it.
I was driving through Tyler State Park in 2006 and saw this guy sitting in a field.
In 2005 I came across a large snapping turtle in my front yard. One word of caution. They are FAST and onery. Keep a safe distance.
I opened up the picnic umbrella and found this little guy.
Every once in a while we get a robin’s nest. This one was from July 2014. I had a lot of Foxgrape on the pool fence and the birds would build nests there
Dec 2017 – While walking through my woods, I got a picture of these two bucks and a doe. One buck is obvious but can you see the second?
This buck was hanging around last year. Our neighbor feeds the deer. I’m not talking a handful of feed. I’m talking a pallet or two. We have a herd of about 20 or so.
This buck was in my front yard in October 2016
And, all together now.. “Awwwwwwwww”
Last May (2016), my son and I found a newborn fawn next to a Norway Maple alongside the driveway. The first thing to remember is do NOT touch the fawn or ‘try to help’. The Doe is around somewhere and will tend to the fawn as soon as necessary assuming you are out of the way. Continue reading
This is from 2013.. I was doing some wash and went to change the water level. As I did so, I noticed this little critter on my washer. It was a harmless garter snake but, even so, I had some extra wash to do after seeing him.
I was able to grab him and let him out in the yard where he could chase bugs and such instead of socks.