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Granite Ledge Township Homestead Wildlife

I haven’t posted in a bit, so I thought I’d just toss this one up.

Ian and Olivia, my son and daughter-in-law, recently purchased a home on several acres in Granite Ledge Township, Benton County, MN.  The lot is mostly wooded.  They received a wireless “security” cam set as a housewarming gift, and it captured some interesting things in their first months at the home.

SPOILERS BELOW – read after viewing:

The first critter is an opossum.  Little cutie.

In the second set of videos, the animal being chased is a feral house cat.  The chaser is a fisher, a large member of the weasel family.  It is sometimes called a fisher cat.  Unfortunately evidence suggests the fisher killed the feral cat very shortly after this video.

The third critters are a pair of big lumbering stinkers looking to put on some weight before a long winter’s nap.

Ian and Olivia are hosting a rather large Thanksgiving in their home and we’re all looking forward to attending soon.

 

 

1 reply on “Granite Ledge Township Homestead Wildlife”

Congratulations Ian and Olivia on your new home! Judging by the video, your house comes with some interesting outdoor “pets”! Happy Thanksgiving to all!

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