Saturday, March 14, 2009

You think you have squirrel problems...

Wait until you see this, Not a squirrel!!
My human grand- mom, who lives just 2 miles from us, looked out at her bird feeder one morning......
Ummm what is that, a dog?

zoomed in on the camera a little, not a dog!
went to get a drink from her little pond...
Came back for another snack from the feeder...
This was around 8 am . Grand mom stayed safely inside while taking these pictures
Food is all gone? He hoped over the 6ft. privacy fence and left....

We just live a couple of miles from a state park, where there are numerous black bears in the area. Mom said there was one down our street a few nights ago, on the golf course!

18 comments:

Martha Basset said...

Oh my dogness - imagine a bear in the garden!!!
It looked quite at home too - still we bet your grand mom was happy it hopped back over the fence!
Have a nice weekend.
love
Martha & Bailey xxx

Niamh said...

Good grief. I think I will stay away from your neighborhood Kira! Glad your Grandma was safe. Hope the bear doesn't come back for another snack.

Your friend,
Niamh

Lapa37 said...

I think I would s**t my pants if I saw that out my window.It sure is pretty though.

Khyra The Siberian Husky said...

What a khool new pal!

I just know he would like to play with us!

My mom just showed The Doggy Nanny the pikhtures!

We only get boring old deer on our golf khourse!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra

The Army of Four said...

WOWZERS! That guy looks even bigger than DAVE!
I'm glad your grandma is OK!
Play bows,
Zim

BeadedTail said...

I realize there are alligators in Florida but I didn't realize there were black bears that invade gardens! Yikes!

The OP Pack said...

Is your Grand-Mom related to Goldilocks? That is scary!!!

Tail wags, the OP Pack

SGR said...

Woof! OMG ... You gotta be careful. Take Care. Lots of Woofs! Sugar

Suzuki said...

OMDog! You btter be careful around there!
Big licks to you
Suzuki
xxx

The Thundering Herd said...

We are very familiar with that sight. We live right on the edge of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, so they come visiting a lot. That means we have no bird feeders (which are nicknamed bear feeders here). Not sure if the bears sleep through most of the winter there, but here they are just waking up and are VERY hungry at the moment.

Glad everything came out ok.

Princess Eva and Brice, the Duke of Destruction said...

That would be scary but exciting!

We only have deer, fox, raccoon, muskrats in our neighborhood along with the normal bunnies and squirrels.

Princess Eva

Biloxi and Siber-sibs said...

HaRoooooo!
Dat sum bear! Thank dogness we don't see any. We gits deer, cats, turkeys and once in a while ugly snakes dat maw has to watch fur.
We do have bear in da woods but we haven't seen one yet and hope we don't.
Be furry furry careful out der.

Husky kisses,
Biloxi

the Corgi Girls said...

Amazing, we love those pictures!

Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

Wow! That would be so crazy to see that outside your window. I'm glad your grandma stayed inside where it's safe!

Steve

Tee said...

Wooo ... now that bear bears a striking resemblance to our resident rottie ... no wonder the other fur friends called Joe a bear!

Licks and Wags

Tuffy and the Dog Woods Pack

Mango said...

What the heck is that thing? Why is it in granny's back yard? What sort of rough unchartered wilderness do you live in?

Slobbers,
Mango

Behr Behr said...

Wow, that's pretty crazy!! I grew up in Winter Park, and never heard of bears anywhere in central FL.!!!

Holly :)

(behr behr's mom from http://behrrake.wordpress.com/)

sweet alyssum said...

Wow, totally neat on one hand - being able to see a bear so close to home. And, really sad on the other. I have friends near Alaqua and near Eustess and there have been bear sightings at people's houses there too. As people move in to the bear's home they will wander into people's yards, eat the trash and eventually there will be a run in. I do not think the general public can co-exist with bears (or other wild animals like snakes or alligators).