The good news is that there were no birds killed today. The bad news is that I spoke to Kim at Perdue University wildlife concerns department. After telling her of my findings, her conclusion was that it isn't a weasel, as weasels will go for the throat and drain the blood. No, what she told me is the one thing I did not want to hear. She says it's the raccoon doing it. I'm bound and determined to prove her wrong. I don't want to get rid of the raccoon. It took forever to get one to come around. My favorite animal in the world! I'm going to keep watching the feeder area. I hope there are no more killings, but if so, I want to catch the culprit red-pawed, or red-clawed, whichever the case may be.
I went out to my grandfather's today to work in the garden. Only got about half of my side done with weeding. As I told you in one of my first blogs, I had transplanted 31 volunteer tomato plants. All 31 are thriving. Tomatoes anybody!? I'm going to have to open a vegetable stand if they produce well! I'll have to go back out tomorrow and finish. I also want to get out to his woods and see if there are any raspberries to pick. He has vines all over the place. I just hope the deer haven't eaten them all. I want raspberry jelly!
He has a really pretty Sweetpea growing at the side of his garage. Had to get a shot of it.
Then I took a picture of a really prety horse while I was driving home. My son, Michael, thought I was nuts! Yeah, I am. What's his point! LOL
Gonna leave you for now. Have a good evening/morning. Hopefully I'll see you tomorrow.
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