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Dr. Terry’s Zoo

Dr. Terry’s Zoo

Snowdrops are blooming and chipmunks are once again plundering the bird feeders. Spring has arrived!  The eastern chipmunks hibernate over winter in burrows which can be more than 11 feet in length with several entrances.  Our Mr. Chipmunk has managed to squeeze his suave frame through the top opening of our bird feeder where he

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Dr. Terry’s Zoo

As I write this it is the first day of summer and with its arrival we have a fresh batch of chipmunks in the garden. Mole and Toad (our red felines) have their whiskers literally bent out of shape as they attempt to capture one baby chipmunk that is taunting them from the windowsill, as

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Dr. Terry’s Zoo

Nothing shouts out spring like the reappearance of Mr. & Mrs. Chipmunk in the garden. They spent their winter figuring out how to infiltrate the inner contents of our bird feeder, and they succeeded. They can be found daily exiting the bird feeder from within with both cheeks stuffed to the nines barely fitting through

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