I moved my trail camera to catch the bird feeders so that I could see what was happening during the night. It started early around 10:15 PM and continued all night into the early morning hours.
There was one, then two!
Now it’s starting to get crowded at four!
Then there were five!
I had more Raccoons pictures than I could have posted, The Raccoons were under the bird feeders all night!
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20 thoughts on “Raccoons, Bring One Bring All”
Oh Michael, that is amazing! So glad you moved the cameras to get a look. What a popular hang-out you’ve created for the critters 😉 But no fox? You should have a great show every night for a while now! Best wishes, WG
Yea, I thought maybe I would of had a couple raccoons but there were a lot all night long coming and going. No fox yet but I bet he is around! 🙂
Count on it 😉
so cute! amazing they haven’t destroyed your feeders!
I am surprised that I didn’t have pictures of them trying to climb the pole! 🙂
Wow ! Lovely night creatures 🙂
thank you Ela! 😉
love the raccoons—my husband use a trail cam at his deer property and always gets great pictures of raccoons, of course he prefers the bucks 😉 –I do suspect the ‘coons to be the culprits with my bird feeders
Amazing what goes on when we’re not looking—-
I think the raccoon population in my area must be higher than normal! I have not gotten any bucks on my camera but I do have doe. Have a great Sunday afternoon! 🙂
Amazing captures! Who would have thought your feeders could attract so many racoons. What a treat to see one, let alone five!
Hi Sonija, Yes, the raccoons are hunters and scavengers for about anything. I use a lot of black sunflower seed in my feeders, they are eating what the birds dropped!! 🙂
Thank you for visiting my site and leaving a comment, I am headed to your site now! 🙂
I don’t know why but raccoons creep me out.
Oh gosh, 🙂
We have several that come to our yard too. Were they scavenging for spilled seed under your feeders? Ours come for the cat food.
They and the possums, that is. Blessings, Natalie 🙂
Yes, I use a lot of black sunflower seed in my mix so that is what they were eating. I didn’t have any possums at the feeder yet, 🙂
Love these pictures, Michael! We always come across the same little family of raccoons crossing the road from one hillside to go down to the other. Love nature… (=
That’s a lot of raccoons! I always think they look so spooky.
A lot of people think so, you are not alone~
My husband would love these pictures…I bet we have a bunch of raccoons around here too. Thanks for visiting my blog! Your woodworking skills are impressive! A nearly-lost art I think.
Hi Liz! I enjoy the trail camera because it can catch pictures of all the animals at night! 🙂