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On 10/16/2014 david wrote
I live just outside the city of Atlanta in Dekalb county. I about 4 years ago or more adopted a squirrel that would appear to beg for food and giving peanuts too fora long pieriod of time built her a squirrel house outside. Only squirrel I knew that would have babies in winter cause she would nest in ahole in the neighbors house near the dryer vent. Somehow she would sucessfully have babies in winter . She got hiot by a car. And since slowly loseing all her family tree of people driving too fast.. cats and power boxes they sometimes get electricuted by. I only have 4 left. 2 are very special to me. Be ashame to lose what this one squirrel left behind. I note that some think there pests and dig up garden areas and grow acrorn trees in the worst unweanted places. But forget they trim Branches from tall trees.. making trees more wind resistant. and planting and replacing the trees that do fall. They do serve purpose. But no one really seems to care as i watch there numbers fall each year It really makes me sad to think even gray squirrels are loseing ground on survival. I go to stone mountain a few times a year. Water ways there and the ponds in that park are geting more and more poluted the turtle population there has also droped. Places where logs were once full of various kinds of turtles are now becoming a scarce sight to see. but the fishing line tangled on the shoreline and the bait boxes aluminum cans and other rusting containers are becoming more and more a popular sight. I caught few turtles there with shell rot and lung issues. and gave them cooked meats and cleann water lots sun and drying out pieriods and they were ok exept one no saving that. and return to the back the park where the water is the cleanest. But i sure in 5 years that water way will be doomed too. A shame people fail to see the destruction they do claiming doesn't mattter throw stuff in there it poluted anyway. You can't cuure if one keep adding top the problem. drive slower pay attention. and carry out all u carry in to your forest and water ways. Cause one day only thrill one is going to see is a dead fish on the surface.
On 10/14/2014 Noah wrote
A Opossum squeezed out from under our house in summer of 2012 while we were preparing for breakfast . He was but a baby yet didn't seemed afraid of us . He hissed and showed his sharp white teeth. After being threatened with a stick he skittered under the porch . He must have left that night as we never saw him again .
On 9/30/2014 Uncle wrote
Note: 10 to 14 days ago spotted first honeybee of 2014. Observed one each day--last three days 9/28-30. No monarch seen so far this year (2014) Uncle Bear
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