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Racoon in Broad Daylight...

I noticed a racoon walking around this afternoon on lower Canal St, a little bit up from the coop...


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I've seen quite a bit of nature this summer in town. Not so much in daytime... but skunks, possums, and some very friendly squirrels. I've also heard more owls than usual.

Daytime sitings might mean a problem of some sort - a lost parent, being lost, or sickness. Hopefully it finds its way back and sticks to night travel.



A couple of weeks ago a friend of mine, standing on my balcony after a movie, saw a fox wandering down Putney Road near the Common, a bit after 11pm.


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