Love it!!!! This stuff makes me smile!
It is great that you have the habitat recognition. It is also great to see that the squirrel approves.
Fun (assuming it's not an expert job of taxidermy) :)
That's a good one. He is very alive still.
Nice one Sherlock! If only more people in the developed world could take such care to encourage wildlife, or even care about it for that matter, then we would all live in a better pleace. Congratulations.
GonSS, good catch with the picture of the squirrel next to the sign. Congrats on the certification. I just mowed down my backyard wildlife habitat. The growth kind of got out of hand with the rain we have been getting. July was a dry month with very little rain but now we are in for a few more days of rain here in Nebraska. Looks like rain every day until Monday. It's fine by me. So now we are catching up. My rain water catch tanks were down to 13 inches which was about half full. Now they are back to full capacity of 23 inches. At 23 inches I have about 550 gallons of rain water stored for garden watering. That's about six weeks of watering with the techniques I use.Have a great wildlife habitat day.
Wonderful! Approved not only by the powers that be, but nature as well.Have a wonderful day!
That's nice that you are able to set up your gardens for that and more so that you have been acknowledged for it.Cher Sunray Gardens
Too cute! We don't see too many red squirrels here-only gray ones. They have the red ones and also black ones up north. It is neat to see the different colors.
Hey! I like to look here. Have a nice day!
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