Friday, June 19, 2020
Ocean County Zoo
Well, there is no such place, but the backyard has been busy this spring. The deer have fawns now and they move them around. I have seen some tiny deer but they grow fast. The mom's have been trying to keep them away from the coyotes. We had a small herd of deer that contained two piebald deer. This is a genetic mutation that makes them turn white. Pretty rare and cool to see. Then there is the little garter snakes, I watched one eat a frog on the patio. A week ago, a bear was on rt. 72, the highway out to Long Beach Island. I may not get around too well, but there's plenty going on in the woods.