Snow hats and forest rats proliferating

Snow hats Snow hats Snow hats Snow hats Snow hats

Before the wind came up yesterday afternoon, the fluffy snow piled up on objects everywhere to make snow hats.

Carleton archery hunt 
In the Arb, local archers are not only doing young trees a favor by thinning the herd of forest rats. Area motorcyclists are especially appreciative.

Update 12/22: I added another ‘snow hat’ photo (far right above) emailed to me by Bright Spencer.

2 comments to Snow hats and forest rats proliferating

  • 1
    Bright Spencer says:

    Oh, goodness, do those birdfeeders on the left side of the leftmost shot keep out squirrels?
    and if they do can someone tell me where to purchase same? Not that I don’t like squirrels, some of my best friends are squirrels. Oh, yah, thx to Griff for the photos. I’ll email ya a birthday cake for yur snow item collection.

  • 2
    Griff Wigley says:

    Bright, I added your photo to the blog post above. Thx much. As for the squirrel-resistent bird feeders, yes, they work. I’m not sure where Robbie got them, tho, so email her!

Leave a Reply




You can use these HTML tags

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Upload and attach files to this comment

You can include images or files in your comment by selecting them below. Once you select a file, it will be uploaded and a link to it added to your comment. You can upload as many images or files as you like and they will all be added to your comment.

Subscribe without commenting

Subscribe and Follow LoGro

Subscribe to the blog via email (daily) Subscribe to the blog via RSS Subscribe to the Locally Grown e-newsletter (weekly)
Follow us on Twitter Visit our Picasaweb photo gallery Like us on Facebook

Blog Monthly Archives

Blog Category Archives