Sunday, March 09, 2008

Afternoon visitor...

Just thought I'd share a photo of a cute visitor we found in the garden this afternoon.

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I definitely prefer four legged visitors in the garden, than those of the eight legged variety!

11 comments:

Von said...

He's adorable Rowyn!! The cutest wild creature I find in my garden is California Quail, usually a large family of them. I used to find a cottontail bunny now and then, but haven't seen one for several years.

Kathy A. said...

Oh my, he is just the sweetest. I would love to find someone like that in my garden. We get the odd bunny and a couple of years ago we had a roadrunner looking for his dinner.

Carol R said...

How cute is he? We have squirrels, birds and the occasional frog or is it a toad? I don't know the difference. At our last house a 3-legged hedgehog came to visit us every evening and there was a fox family living in the field at the back of us at one time but they have moved on now. I just love wildlife in my back yard.

quiltorstitch said...

Oh, how cute! Though spiky LOL!

Barbara said...

What a cutie! We've also found hedgehogs in our back yard on two occassions, but late in the night (no pictures).

Sonda in OR said...

Adorable! That's more exciting than the usual wildlife we get in my yard...although I do love birds and don't mind the garter snakes.
Your F&S squares were lovely.

Hazel said...

Awww cute hedgie. I like your squares too. Nice colour. If I do this Spanish SAL I really want to try and do each part as it comes out - a first for me but they only come out once every two months so thinking it might be doable. xx

Carol said...

What a cute visitor! I love hedgehogs!! We have something different here, but just as cute - groundhogs. Sadly, they destroy the garden. What a great photo you took.

Maree said...

Cute!!! I love it when hedgehogs visit, although it confuses the cats!

Beatrice said...

What a neat little visitor. Hedgehogs Hogs are very interesting and cute creatures.

Jenna said...

Wow, I would love to see a hedgehog that close up!