It was quite dark when I took these pictures and then I tried to crop and lighten them somewhat so you could see the invasion of masked terrorists entering illegally.
They will take whatever they want: beetles, garden plants, and anything left over in bird feeders, or sunflower seeds that the squirrels missed.
Last week there were first four and then five raccoons. Now there are six! We are overrun with them. Will it ever end?
Carping and barking, we all go a-larking,
When daylight has faded enough.
Leaping and creeping, while folks are a-sleeping,
Avoiding a doggie’s rebuff.
Scratching the hatching of June bugs we’re catching,
We crunch up the meaty delight,
Smacking and snacking, no flavour is lacking,
We chew every delicate bite.
Clicking and picking, the camera’s tricking
Our groupings to catch us at work,
Crashing and dashing we run from its flashing
Our family scatters berserk.