have always enjoyed nature and the outdoors so welcome all creatures
to Mill Creek Farm. With plenty of water and shelter the farm is a
perfect place for all kinds of wildlife.
Deer always seem to be
around and in the fall they go for the berries on the trees
around the house.
These guys just showed up one day and
decided that the place was pretty nice so why not stay! The
horses don't seem to mind sharing a bit of their grain and
the foals entertain themselves by harmlessly stalking them
as they wander through the pastures. The turkeys have
become quite tame and took a liking to Debra straight away.
Could have something to do with the fact that she does all
the feeding at the farm.... Their feathers have taken on
quite a glow from all that good nutrition.
Not sure which birds the horses find more entertaining, the turkeys
or the large flock of Canada geese that have been nesting at the
farm for years. The spring brings baby geese everywhere and family
groups grazing alongside the horses.
then this little guy just appeared on the driveway one
spring afternoon. He is a grey fox and at the time Debra
found him he was estimated to be 6 weeks old. We only
had him overnight, but instantly fell in love before we
handed him off the next day to Gary Johnson a wild life
rehabilitator that specializes in foxes. We have heard he is
doing great and when he is ready to be released, Gary will
be bringing him back to set him free here at Mill Creek Farm.