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Wednesday, January 27 2010

Other Half set out a game camera the other night. After much cussing and taking pictures of our boots, we got the sucker set and attached to the base of a tree. Things have been very busy with murder scenes and murder trials and so on and so forth, that we just now got around to checking the camera. In two days there were over 155 shots!  That's a lot of traffic for an abandoned bird pen. Barn cat set it off quite a bit, but that's no surprise. I'm sure rats are still cleaning up bird feed.  But guess what! . . . The camera finally captured the BEAST! 

Since I watched the animated movie Madagascar, all predators on the farm are now referred to as FOOSAS! (I recently learned that there is actually a critter called a foosa, but it's spelled fossa. It lives in Madagascar and eats lemurs--well duh!  That makes sense if you've seen the movie.) Anyway, I digress--the point IS all predators on my farm are referred to as Foosas. 

If you're not a vegetarian, you're a foosa. The sheep are not foosas, except when the lambs are chasing the rooster.  Gerald the Rooster might argue that lambs are foosas.

The Boogey Beast is definitely a FOOSA! Anything that can disassemble chickens like that critter can do is most certainly a foosa. Our question was purely academic. "What kind of foosa?"

So with the help of a game camera that was set to flash whenever the beam was tripped, we now have a pretty good idea of who visits at night. Here is a our Foosa . . .

 

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But now I've got a foosa too! You just wait Mr. Raccoon! You just wait!

                                                         

Posted by: forensicfarmgirl AT 11:00 pm   |  Permalink   |  2 Comments  |  Email
Comments:
Great job! I've always wanted to try one of those cameras. I hope it's a long time til I need one.
Posted by Sue on 01/28/2010 - 04:31 PM
They are wonderful things. Other Half has to re-learn how to use it (and phone his Son) every time he pulls it out. It involves a lot of cussing and reading instructions but it is well worth it!
Posted by forensicfarmgirl on 01/30/2010 - 08:39 AM

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