A Wintry Sunrise

wintry sunrise

Sunrise as I followed fox tracks on a cold winter morning.

fox tracks

Our last snow showed evidence of fox tracks all over the farm. Across the pond, around the chicken coop, over to the banty coop, and all around the duck house (above).

fox tracks on the duck house

The fox even popped up on top of the duck coop to investigate. I can’t imagine what the ducks were thinking.

Just another peaceful morning at Downeast Thunder Farm.

Past Fox Posts
24 March 2012: The Return of the Fox
22 January 2012: A Fox on the Farm
13 January 2012: A Stalker in the Night

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2 Responses to A Wintry Sunrise

  1. Chris Vernon says:

    Pretty cold here in western New York, -5 right now in Hamburg NY. We don’t live in as much a remote place as you, town is a mile away, but we live on a wooded lot with the Eighteen Mile Creek in our backyard. The Creek was carved out during the Ice age when the Great Lakes were formed, it is a great area for finding fossils. I like your wildlife updates. We have a lot of the same critters living amongst us, in fact we have a pack of 10 deer that bed down very close by. We watch them come & go from our bedroom window. This winter has been the harshest in years but also very beautiful. Stay Warm : )

    • Susan says:

      It sounds like it’s cold all over! Your home sounds like it’s in a beautiful location. Thanks for visiting and sharing.

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