A curious fox passes through in the wee hours of the morning.
Chipmunk-sized, bushy tail, folds of loose skin between front and hind legs visible when he turns sideways.
The crown of the tree was hung up in an adjacent tree so it didn't fall to the ground.
Drags a branch to the creek.
Screech Owl, wait for it.
Look on the large trunk not he right at the start of the video. Pause the video for a better view.
Two Coyotes filmed in the front yard at 9:23 AM while I was working in the back yard. I never saw them.
This log is a wildlife highway. I put up with the hundreds of squirrel videos so that on rare occasions I can capture something interesting like this.
Screech owl on the ground.
Look for the eye shine.
He starts in the upper right; look for the eye shine. He's really fast and better viewed if you hold your cursor over the moving dot and advance it slowly to create a slo-mo effect.
Eastern Cottontail in the snow.
They just keep coming. The first and last ones look like they're going to pop.
Fawn makes her debut.
Raccoon is all in.
Ponds: they're not just for raccoons.
Flying Squirrel does a fly-by!
The raccoon highway
Eight-point Buck steps over the log.