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Old 11-01-2012, 08:43   #46
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Re: Thieves in the Night!

I had a cougar chasing my chickens when I lived on land in rural Vancouver Island. He won't ever do that again. Nice skin.

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Old 12-01-2012, 15:40   #47
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Re: Thieves in the Night!

Bears in my brother's back yard tore down his bird feeder.
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I watched a Mom Raccoon re-locate her brood down a dock in Miami's Matheson Hammoc marina into some poor schmuck's fly-bridge with his radios under the bulkhead.
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Old 12-01-2012, 17:40   #48
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I was fishing from an embankment six feet above the North Thompson river in the British Columbia interior a few years ago, when a large bear appeared on the trail. Just as I yelled and waved my arms to scare it off, I realized, to late, there were two small cubs with her... had a most refreshing swim...
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I heard a noise on the dock one night, I got out of the boat in time to see a fox walking away. We've trapped & relocated some coons when they've started being a problem. The fellow who trains coon dogs seemed to appreciate them;-)
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Re: Thieves in the Night!

raccoons stole my gato foods --old ones he wouldnt eat, tho, so was a cool experience, now, a year later.
i havent had anything else stolen from my boat--- the 2 legged kind of thief is worst kind-- met some of those in the dark.....

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