Do You See What I See…
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Great capture of the little bandits.
Thanks Cathy, they acted as if we weren’t even there 🙂
Our guys will be back within the next month. 😀
They are so intelligent and adaptive – a pain in large urban areas, if people do not learn how to accommodate. For all the complaints, they are still easier to deal with them in a city than rats or coyotes .
They are quite clever my hubby went to battle with one over who was smarter at keeping the lid on the outdoor trash bin one time. Happy to report hubby won 🙂
I would much rather deal with these bandits over a rat any day!
Also easier than bears, especially as they are as clever as the raccoons.
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Lurking in the shadows and wearing masks, why do you call em Bandidos?
Lol they are just so unpredictable.
They have the cutest faces, do they cause a lot of havoc in suburbia?
They do have a cute factor for sure. We hear more problems with bears in suburbia than raccoons.
Cute little critters!!
Love the way you captured the one little bandit peeking out into the sun, and the other in hiding.
Thanks, it was more luck of the shutter over skill, lol.
Very cool–I’d love to know how you captured, that, especially given the perspective. It looks like you were lying in the leaves–but raccoons can be aggressive. I wouldn’t want to get in their way!
They were walking up an embankment and I was on the trail over them. Glad you enjoyed the view.
You were in the right place at the right time for an awesome photo. If it weren’t that they were such rabies carriers and problematic on a farm, I’d like to see them alive more often than dead by the roadside…but they are cute to look at in a photo.
Thanks, this year I’ve had several very close encounters with them but I never let my guard down completely because they can be unpredictable especially if they are infected with rabies.
I think they are telling you it’s feeding time lol
They were foraging for sure!
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