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Sunday, January 20, 2013

Nancy Thomas Shares Photos From Little Marsh, PA




18 comments :

Anonymous said...

Man, one hand grenade, and I could have thge freezer stocked for a year. I'll pass on the squirrel though. I hear they're pretty high in cholesterol.

Anonymous said...

I just read your message posting guidelines and think the above message needs to be DELETED. Apparently the BLOG author approved it...hope it wasn't the BLOG author that posted it...it is abusive, objectionable and inappropriate.

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful picture!!! God is good, I love the beautiful buck's, can't believe they still have their antler's!! They are so majestic! Keep the photo's coming, I love wildlife pic's!!

Nancy said...

Thank you for enjoying my photos

Amanda Jordan said...

Wonderful photos, thank you for sharing these...

Roger and Jeanette Barker said...

Hi! Nancy, We sure do enjoy your wildlife pictures! That is some backyard that you have!! Thanks so much for sharing them! Happy New Year to you and yours.

Anonymous said...

Thank you, Nancy, for posting your pictures. I always look forward to seeing them. I love to see the wildlife. I hope you can capture a bobcat or coyote or bear on film sometime!

Anonymous said...

10:40, I think 9:58 has a good sense of humor, guess you don't...

Anonymous said...

Nice pictures nice to see this time of year

Anonymous said...

I want to live where Nancy does! She has so much beautiful wildlife all the time to enjoy! Thank you for sharing these pictures with us!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful photo, thank you for sharing!

JIM-again, thank you for a wonderful website!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful. I love your photos of the wildlife.

Anonymous said...

Love, Love Love Your Pictures!

Anonymous said...

These pictures are just beautiful. Nature at it's finest. Keep them coming.

Mike Hunt said...

@ Sunday, January 20, 2013 at 10:40:00 PM EST: You lost something.... Your sense of humor...

Anonymous said...

Beautiful photo. Post 9:58, Don't see your humor!! Sorry.

Anonymous said...

Here is something that is NOT humorous. There are serious biological consequences to wildlife when people feed animals on this scale. Let’s start with the Deer. They can be very susceptible to several diseases because they are NOT meant to eat corn this time of the year. Acidosis and foundering (Aladdin’s slippers) are the two larger problems just off the top of my head. Not to mention the creepy crawly things that cause pathologic problems for the deer like ticks and flies (Lyme, EHD, and Blue Tongue). Even the scarier CWD. The Turkey can suffer immensely as well by spreading Avian POX to one another and the feeders become very contaminated with salmonella, West Nile, and the avian influenza and can be readily transmissible to other wild song birds and wildlife. The other big problem with wildlife congregating in large feeding area particularly with mammals is mange. I am almost certain at some point the weather will break and you will have bears there and I see that there are squirrel already at the feeder. You do realize that once a bear gets mange it become real nuisances and suffer a horrific fate from sarcoptic mange mites ultimately dying from prolonged exposure and starvation. Highly transmissible to ALL furry critters and the mites can live for long periods of time without a host. So a simple visit to your feeder with a mangy critter will most certainly infest every furry animal that gets even remotely close to your feeder.

I didn’t want to burst your bubble and the pictures are certainly nice but someone had to say it. This type of large scale prolonged winter feeding is just not a good idea and very detrimental to the local fauna. Animals were just NOT meant to forage and congregate in this fashion. Healthy wildlife should be left alone. Toyed and tinkered with will only exacerbate and accelerate natural disease that is meant to keep populations in check not to mention the introduction to disease and biological consequences that occur only when situations like these present themselves, A.K.A the feeder. If you don’t believe me look it up. The science is there. I know what you are thinking already…. Party Pooper…. Well, I certainly can appreciate that the person did not intend to harm these animals but maybe, just maybe, she’ll stop and think about it a bit now.

Anonymous said...

Hey! Isn't this the same Nancy Thomas that posted bear pictures on here and in the Bradfor Era? I sure hope she isn't feeding bear? Illegal youy know! That just isn't right. I am sure the PGC will connect the dots and make her stop!