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Georgia on My Blog: Tracks and Sightings

April 20, 2014

People are usually not aware of the wildlife that shares their habitat. Animals may leave only tracks and sign or a glimpse as they return to the shadows.

Not so with Eastern Chipmunks or Grey Squirrels in Georgia!  The White-tailed Deer at the local golf courses are somewhat tame, but I saw them only as they ran full tilt over the greens to reach the forest on the other side.  The raccoons were more secretive, and  I heard only rumours of fox living in the area.

Here are some photos of the wildlife and tracks  from my time in Peachtree City Georgia.

Eastern Cottontail

Eastern Cottontail

Eastern Grey Squirrel

Eastern Grey Squirrel

Whose house is it?

Whose house is it?

White-tailed Deer on the golf course

White-tailed Deer on the golf course

Deer Print in Georgia Red Clay

Deer Print in Georgia Red Clay

Eastern Chipmunk watching for an opportunity

Eastern Chipmunk watching for an opportunity

bird bath or chipmunk fountain?

bird bath or chipmunk fountain?

Raccoon Tracks on a creek bank

Raccoon Tracks on a creek bank

all photos and writing copyright J.A. Siderius 2014

2 Comments
  1. lenna permalink

    wow joanne the pics are wonderful….

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