A snacking gray squirrel. Isn’t he or she cute? As long as the squirrels are eating bulbs that they’ve dug up from my garden beds, my strawberries, digging holes or climbing on my bird feeders – they’re welcome. Otherwise I don’t want them in my yard. I guess you could say it’s and on again off again war.
This is a Pink Spotted Hawks moth.
This is what tomato hornworms turn into after their done munching on our tomato plants.
This moth really did look like a small hummingbird as it flitted around my garden a couple of years ago. I’ve seen a few of them every year except for this year. I’ve only ever seen them at dusk or after dark.
What kind of creatures do you have in your yard? We have several people on GTS that are from Australia – can you show us some of your garden wildlife sometime?
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