Monday, November 08, 2010

In My (Work) Neighborhood Tuesday ~Things that make you say “Awwww”

In my work neighborhood we have what I loving refer to as our '”backyard”.  When you step out of our backdoor at the bus garage, you are looking out at a large blank field with train tracks running across them.  Every spring a Mommy Fox returns to a den she has there and gives birth to her babies.  These pictures are from a spring when we caught Mommy Fox and her babies on camera. 


Here is mommy fox, you can see her den there and how close she is to the train tracks!  Thankfully, the tracks are used very infrequently! 


 This year she had 2 pups.  Some years there are up to 5! 


Tiny fox, just chillin’

2005_0512(006) What are you doing over there lady??

Got a great picture that makes you say Awwwww??  Well that is the assignment for the week over at Eighty MPH Mom!

So go get your picture put up and join in for In My Neighborhood Tuesday


Eighty MPH Mom In My Neighborhood Tuesday

Next assignments are:

November 16th: Rocks. Rocks that look like something else, or something else that looks like it is a rock.

November 23rd: Neighborhoods. Show us something unique about your neighborhood.

November 30th:  Interesting Weather – show us your best shot of any type of weather!

December 7th:  Turn that frown upside down – do something to make someone smile, and take a photo of that smile!



Nichol said...

Awww too cute. I bet the kids enjoyed watching them!

blueviolet said...

They are so cute and they're looking at you!

Whimsical Creations said...

Aww!! Adorable!!

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Jennifer-Eighty MPH Mom said...

Awww how cute! I love these pictures - yours are always fun :)


Ginny Marie said...

They are adorable! This is such a neat meme!

Traci said...

What a great bunch of pictures & how fun to get to watch a fox family! My boy would get a big kick out of that :)

Jenine said...

Not many people have the opportunity to see foxes in their very own back yard. What a treat!