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  1. Laurie Graves says:

    And some spring things smell better than others.

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    1. Thankfully the skunk has not been seen or smelled since that day he was wandering around our yard.šŸ™‚

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      1. Laurie Graves says:

        We frequently have skunks in our yard. I know just what you mean.

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  2. plaidcamper says:

    Yes it is, and something more from picture four…

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    1. I always look for skunks before I take Gabby out at night and had no idea I needed to worry about daytime visits. The bat and the skunk need to find someplace new to hang out.šŸ™‚

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  3. Eliza Waters says:

    That skunk must have been a surprise to see in daylight. Perhaps she is nursing and extra hungry? She has a fair bit of white to her.
    We had two male rose-breasted grosbeaks at the feeder this weekend, which didn’t fight, surprisingly. And a female, too, so I’m hoping there will be babies. šŸ™‚

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    1. I would be excited about grosbeak babies, but Iā€™m not excited to think about skunk babies under the deck.šŸ˜ Our grosbeak arrived recently and is a daily visitor, but luckily after visiting several times during that day, the skunk has not been seen again.šŸ™‚

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