Cute Wild Animals, Breath Taking Scenes. Get in touch with your natural side!
This subreddit is for all stuff wild! A friendly casual community (No NSFW) that wants to look at nature. This subreddit is for pictures of wild animals doing anything interesting, cool images of breath taking scenes of nature, Discusion about nature (for example, "Does anyone see wild animals in their backyards on a daily basis?"), Links to things interesting about nature, how you connect to nature, wacky nature, or really if you feel it is about nature in a very interesting, strange way and doesn't belong to other subreddits such as /r/aww, go ahead and try to post it since /r/WildNature has a very broad variety of postable topics
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Wife loves watching bird feeder cams, frequently watches the Cornell cams, etc.. so we set one up this winter.
It is Delaware so we get House Finch, American Goldfinch, American Robin, Dark-eyed Junco, Nuthatch, Titmouse, Chickadee, European Starling, Red-winged Blackbird, Cardinal, Mourning Dove, Blue Jay, Mockingbird, Carolina Wren, Red-bellied Woodpecker, Downy Woodpecker, and of course, Squirrel.
We even saw a hawk, although we are debating whether it is a Sharp-shinned Hawk or a Cooper's hawk.
Most activity is early-mid morning, and again a bit before dusk.
Hope everyone enjoys.