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RUNNIN REBEL

Lake Ontario United lake camera Sun AM

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Sly fox moving along breaking up shoreline ice this AM at LOU camera site

 

 

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They love fish. I usually leave some out back for the one that lives near me.

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Good tip , I wonder if they would walk away from old pizza also ?  LOL

 

Jerry

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Never mind Les. This ice experiment is doomed to fail with migrating crow groups/murder moving along the southern Lake Ontario shore line now.


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Tip: The crows like anything dead:lol:

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We had couple of fox working the ice in front of camp about a month ago. First time I had seen that. Smart little devils 

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Those are some awesome pictures! Crows are in my opinion the coolest of all birds. They’re just smart and I can’t get over it.


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I have a friend who, growing up, had a crow live in their yard for six years. It would hop behind them as they walked to school. They fed it...maybe it was injured and couldn't survive on it's own...but it would migrate in the winter and show up again in the Spring. Sounds like a tale to me, but who knows? I taught him how to bow hunt, but when I broached the subject of setting the caller up on his land along the river for crows he nearly took my head off. 

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They drive me nuts and I kinda hate them because of all the racket and messes they make but I also admire their intelligence and wary nature. My wife thinks they are cool because they have "lookouts" and seem to "buddy up". I'm not quite so "forgiving" I guess:lol:

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