Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Lower Route: At the Hanging Feeder

This feeder automatically spreads shelled corn on the ground twice a day (7am and 4pm) though you can set it to feed as many as 6 times a day. Before moving further down the path, I decided to turn the camera sideways to see who has been visiting.  It appears that this deer has figured out that if he bumps the feeder with his nose, more shelled corn will fall out, day or night. We may have to hang it a big higher next year ;)  He's certainly not afraid of it!

Birds and squirrels cleaned up the ground during the day but none of the pictures were special. I'm hoping the wild turkeys return soon. The only other visitor was a lone raccoon at night.

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