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Hmm... this reminds me of the days back in my old house when I would take pictures of the various birds and mammals that went in our back yard. At one time we even had a mother duck and her young come in our yard. We even flooded parts of the yard before we came so they got something to swim in. :) We were able to see though the months how the young grew into "adult" ducks. And I never had to go to the park. ;)

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I touched a racoon today, while the mom was looking away and the racoon wasn't facing me I touched it. Not once, but twice. It didn't care since it didn't flinch or turn arround, probably thought one of the other racoons was brushing past it.

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