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Saturday, March 1, 2014

The Cat Barked "Woof!"

It's official, my huge tom kitten with the build of a Labrador barked his first bark at 8 months. Did I mention he is a cat? And, I saw the usual eagles and hawks flying over the river this week, but on Thursday, as I was driving and gazing, I nearly hit another resident of our river bank--brother coyote. He was little, scruffy, and emitted pity. He crossed the bridge and went down to the frozen river, trotting on the ice with two others of his kind. I have seen a big coyote next door to us about ten years ago It looked emaciated and desperate. His eyes were not wild, but malicious. These small ones I saw last week were different, but the eco system around here is changing. I see more and more unusual wildlife than ever, things I don't remember when I was little, like the gulls, cranes, pelicans, fox, groundhog, pheasant, wild turkey, bald eagles, and now the coyote. I wouldn't at all be surprised to see a shark fin circling the water taxi.

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