hab·i·tat  (hăb′ĭ-tăt′)
The natural environment in which a species or group of species lives:


“Habitat for wildlife is continually shrinking – I can at least provide a way station.” – Peter Coyote


“Without habitat, there is no wildlife. It’s that simple.” » Wildlife Habitat Canada


It’s a mystery who lives in these woodland places. I often see rabbit tracks and other tiny tracks which I could assume are squirrels or maybe mice? The tree might shelter an owl or, more than likely, a woodpecker or two. I really enjoy it when I see signs of life near these hideaways 🙂


Until next time



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