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Im watching you....watching me......



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All three photos are great. Love the wildlife.

26 Jan, 2009

 

Thanks Toto

26 Jan, 2009

 

OOOOOoooooo what a Great Shot ugot of the Foxs Gorgeous Little Face Milky :)

26 Jan, 2009

 

I was so lucky Jacque...he was watching me all the time and Im sure he could hear the camera click

26 Jan, 2009

 

His Nose is so Shiney just like a Piece of Blak Glass PERFECT!

26 Jan, 2009

 

So very wary though Jacque

26 Jan, 2009

amy
Amy
 

How odd that he should stay and watch you , Brilliant :o)

26 Jan, 2009

 

He was about 100 ft. away, but I didnt dare move and Im sure he could hear the camera clicking, thats why he kept looking up......

26 Jan, 2009

 

Do they tend to appear in the daytime often?

26 Jan, 2009

 

He sure was keeping an eye on you Milky. :o)

27 Jan, 2009

 

Wow nice pic Gilli....and not really Dawnsaunt. I know this one lays in the sun at the bottom of my next door neighbours garden and shoot off as soon as I walk down the garden. But he must have such an acute sense of smell as he appears withing a few minutes of my putting any sort of meat leftovers out.

27 Jan, 2009

 

Lovely creatures!

29 Jan, 2009

 

You are very kind Milky, doing your bit for the wildlife, I know some people think they are pests but they are only following their instincts :-)

29 Jan, 2009

 

Well they are only dogs afer all Dawnsaunt and look how many people have dogs as pets.....

29 Jan, 2009

 

You're right Milky, I agree, good for you. What is he having for breakfast tomorrow? x

29 Jan, 2009

 

Hes got the bones of Leg of Lamb ......best fed Freddie this side of the Thames I reckon...he he he...........

29 Jan, 2009

 

Very nice Maureen ..... I agree .. best fed Freddie your side of Thames, lol. We can't afford lamb up north, lol, lol

29 Jan, 2009

 

So heart warming to hear this Maureen,you can always come on here to get support..eh Dawn !

29 Jan, 2009

 

Ha ha ha ....you poor old souls.....We had been eating it for 3 days so I wouldnt say that was bad going. Freddie didn.t do that well.......I was mearly giving him bones.....he he heand I am north of the Thames Dawn...but only just...Ha ha ha perhaps I better send you the bones next time........

30 Jan, 2009

 

Great photo. Look at those eyes. Excellent.

1 Feb, 2009

 

Thanks Paul

1 Feb, 2009

 

Love your Fox pictures Milky, I have only ever seen one briefly from a distance, always feel sorry for them the way they are hunted and given a bad name. Thank you for sharing your experiences I am adding you to my favourites.

2 Mar, 2009

 

Thanks Pansy.......yes they have got a bad name because theyn kill for the sake of it not just because they are hungry..........

2 Mar, 2009

 

I don't want to start anything Milky but it's not the fox that is at fault, it is people. The fox only does what comes naturally and in the wild would kill extra food if he had the chance. He would then cache it probably by burying it and return to it later. They do this as an insurance against the times when there is little or no food about. The unnatural thing is for man to keep animals and birds in insecure cages where the fox can gain access. Everything has to eat and it's a shame that man feels that he alone has the right to life.
Like you I feed the foxes every night with a cheap brand of dog food and any appropriate kitchen scraps we have left over.
Long may Reynard thrive.

2 Mar, 2009

 

Oh Toto....I didn't mean that the fox was at fault..they are just doing what comes naturally, I totally agree with you that people dont secure their animals or birds in insecure cages. Like you I am always putting food out for them.....I love seeing Freddie, and worry if he doesn't show.

2 Mar, 2009

 

No I know you didn't Milky. I didn't mean to imply that you did. Please accept my apologies if you thought I meant you. It's obvious to me from your comments, both past and present that you are of a similar nature to myself. I was only trynig to put my case across and it was not directed at you or anyone of the GOY members that I can think of.
Every now and again I get on my soapbox as animals and birds cannot speak for themselves. I is one of my many faults. Typical idiot I'm afraid.

3 Mar, 2009

 

Your no idiot Toto....and I know you didn't mean me in particular....no offence taken my friend.....

3 Mar, 2009

 

FAAAAAAAAAANTASTIC SHOT!!! :)

29 Mar, 2009

 

Thanks ch0ban.....I was pleased with this one..........

29 Mar, 2009

 

I had a Nigerian fellow working with me one night when a fox appeared in the parking lot. He was quite excited by this and started asking me questions about it. Not that I know anything about wildlife but he was happy to know it was more scared of him than he was of it.

3 Jul, 2009

 

Only a small dog after all......little bit smelly, but never mind.... he is just looking for a bite to eat......

3 Jul, 2009



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