Poor little thing. These little animals suffer in the winter. Happy New Year, Mary!
They do suffer in winter, but this fellow was doing fairly well at the moment. His nervous look was mainly because I'd gotten so close for the picture. Once I backed off he was happily eating.
It is a lovely photo, very national geographic. Also my thanks to you for reading my story and offering your input. I'm grateful for your advice.Warm regards,Simone
Too cute - all that fur keeping her warm - lovely.
Tee hee. It may be tame but it's also keeping its eyes on you! :)
Love this picture, he's so cute! I hope he can find something to eat...
Thanks so much everyone! THE MUSKRAT WAS FINDING LOTS TO EAT THAT DAY, BUT IT THE SNOW GETS VERY DEEP OR ICED OVER . . . (oops, caps unintentional)
I enjoyed the story, Simone.(I'm a writer too).
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A City Photoblog about the city of Detroit. All photos, art and writing by Mary Stebbins Taitt unless otherwise noted.