Update: The lovebirds mated and had a brood. One of the owlets was perched outside this afternoon. A raven was not at all happy about it but after squawking for a while, thought better of it and flew away.
But not in my backyard I should say. I haven’t seen them but close to the fruit farm/Ottawa River. My friend lives in Blackburn which is heavily wooded and I’m really close to them and they have coyotes too.We definitely have wildlife though .. even wolves found that out last year.
o.k. - I put it up as my avatar for awhile! (BTW, she's had nature pictures published on Australian travel websites.) I have one that she took in her own backyard when when they were having drought conditions and roos were going into neighborhoods looking for water too. But I saw a squirrel yesterday. ha ha haI have a friend who lives in Australia, and a few years ago, she sent me a picture she took of a kangaroo on the beach at sunset. I can't attach it cause it's in "my pictures".
Same here. We live not far from each other so not a surprise, but still. The other night before bed, we heard a couple of them howl so loudly - they had to be just outside our fence. It was so loud and close by I thought Mr. Oleada was watching something on his phone.We live in a semi-urban small city/suburb, but there is still a lot of wildlife around here.
A number of coyotes have been spotted in our neighborhood this year, including even in broad daylight. One of our neighbors’ cats was recently killed outside, in their own yard … they think by a coyote or possibly a weasel. It’s a bit worrisome.