Saturday Snickers

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Author: foguth

Though Jeanne began her career technical writing, her love of romantic-suspense, whether it be present, future or in an unknown galaxy inspired her to write the novels she wanted to find in bookstores. Since marrying, Jeanne and her husband have lived from the arctic to the tropics, as well as from yacht to off-grid mountain home. She loves using vivid colors and flowing shapes in her oil paintings as well as creating edible landscapes. At present, she is finishing writing the Chatterre Trilogy and working on a new episode for The Sea Purrtector Files. You can always find out what she is working on and/or contact her at:

20 thoughts on “Saturday Snickers”

      1. I understand his desire to take their pictures, but they can be very dangerous. Raccoons are known for having rabies. They are forever in our carport at night and on the window ledges. I want a picture of them, but I don’t want to get bitten, so I generally just try to get inside before they decide to come after me. So far, they’ve run away instead of toward me. Hopefully this guy won’t get bitten or cause someone else to get bitten.

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      2. Various neighbors have explained about rabies, county ordinances, etc., but this individual (who was born in a desert climate) is enraptured with having wildlife come to his door, so there doesn’t seem to be any way to get him to understand how dangerous this is.
        …We bought a live trap and plan to relocate anything we catch away from the suburbs.

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      3. Does he think that people can’t get rabies?
        I understand his interest in wildlife. I’ve been known to photograph snakes, not knowing whether they were venomous or not (with a long lens), but I understand the concern of your community, too.

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      4. My rule of thumb for snakes is if they are shiny and have big round eyes, they are generally not poisonous… Despite the rule, I prefer to keep a very respectful distance.
        Do I like to photograph nature? Absolutely!
        Would I put out food and/or bait to get photos?
        That neighbor is quite another story and I hope no one gets hurt because of his ignorance.

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      5. I suspect that hunters use the cameras, which include time and date with each photo to find out what game is there and when to expect it. They have them at Amazon for less than $100 – Infrared Night Vision Outdoor Waterproof Wildlife Camera

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