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Big fat bandit munching on acorns by my door

Posted by glenda_al (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 23, 12 at 23:01

Huge fat one right by my front door munching.

Which reminds me I live in the woods!


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RE: Big fat babbbndit munching on acorns by my door

racoon, that is what it is.


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RE: Big fat bandit munching on acorns by my door

One winter evening, my daughter started to leave by my front door; she ran back in screaming "There's something with big eyes staring at me". Turned out a possum had climbed a tree by the entrance and was peacefully dozing. He did have scary looking eyes and hands (claws) and a big snout.


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RE: Big fat bandit munching on acorns by my door

Yes when you live in the woods you have to learn to get along with your "neighbors" even if they are freeloaders. LOL


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RE: Big fat bannnndit munching on acorns by my door

They are a nuisance in our condo area.

Love to get in the attics!

We aren't allowed to put out bird feeders, anything that attracts them, and if we do we are fined.

We have plenty of possums, armadillo and of course deer, as well.


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