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    What kind of critters do you commonly see in your area?

    I live by a protected park so we get loads of different animals running around here.

    In terms of birds... general songbirds, hawks, turkey vultures, bald eagles, ravens and the like.

    Then we have coyotes, foxes, bears, deer, bunnies, chipmunks, squirrels, possums, moles, skunks, bobcats and raccoons.

    Reptile wise... loads of toads and tree frogs, regular frogs, snakes, turtles, ect.

    Of all these creatures I see most of the birds daily, I typically only hear the coyotes and foxes, squirrels and chipmunks are all around the house, I see bunnies every sunrise and sunset, and raccoons hang out by the house at night. The tree frogs can be heard almost every night and like to hang out by my pool so I see them quite often. Everything else is around but I rarely see any of them, if I ever even have.

    What kind of critters do you commonly see in your area?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KorinKitty View Post
    Reptile wise... loads of toads and tree frogs, regular frogs, snakes, turtles, ect.
    hmmmnnngghhhrrrrRRRRGGGHH!!! Only one of these is a reptile!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BaronOfStuff View Post
    hmmmnnngghhhrrrrRRRRGGGHH!!! Only one of these is a reptile!
    Lmao this had me crackin' up, dawg.

    2 of em are reptiles though I think? Turtles and snakes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zemekis View Post
    Lmao this had me crackin' up, dawg.

    2 of em are reptiles though I think? Turtles and snakes.
    Technically yes, but turtles are (sub)reptiles in a weird, loose sense. They possess characteristics not found in other reptile species, while also lacking certain common reptilian attributes. Turtles are fucking weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KorinKitty View Post
    In terms of birds... general songbirds, hawks, turkey vultures, bald eagles, ravens and the like.

    Then we have coyotes, foxes, bears, deer, bunnies, chipmunks, squirrels, possums, moles, skunks, bobcats and raccoons.

    Reptile wise... loads of toads and tree frogs, regular frogs, snakes, turtles, ect.
    This sums it up for my area as well. I'm in rural Pennsylvania, which to my knowledge is the most wooded state, proportionally. Saw a gray fox meandering about in the parking lot of my apartment building last week, haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BaronOfStuff View Post
    hmmmnnngghhhrrrrRRRRGGGHH!!! Only one of these is a reptile!
    *amphibians

    I always lump them together because they are technically both reptiles, one just primarily lives in/near water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zemekis View Post
    This sums it up for my area as well. I'm in rural Pennsylvania, which to my knowledge is the most wooded state, proportionally. Saw a gray fox meandering about in the parking lot of my apartment building last week, haha.
    I always hear them but rarely see them. I see more coyotes here. I did see a fox in the fall, a red one. He was running on the road. I made a noise so he would go back to the wooded area.

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    I live downtown so I don't see too many critters. Just the odd crow here and there. I did see some bunny rabbits that were in the parking lot to my apartment complex not too long ago.

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