The raccoons are making their nightly rounds, eating cat food biscuits in the back patio. I wish I could take a photo of them in real time but they only come by at night in an area that is not well lit. By the time I get my camera out they would be gone.
There is the mother raccoon and her two kits are usually not far behind. I often see the mother raccoon in the front yard, not far from my door, and when she sees me she stands in an upright position her two hind legs.
raccoon on hind legs
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The dove pictured above is a mourning dove and the dove pictured below are white winged dove. The white winged doves habitat is normally south Texas and Mexico during the winter, and all of Texas and parts of Louisiana during the summer.
The habitat of the morning dove is the southern half of the United States and Mexico during the winter and almost all of the United states during the summer. Both types of doves normally build their nests in bushes and lay 2 eggs.
The habitat map below is for the Mourning dove
The habitat map below is for the white winged dove
Each type of dove normally lays two eggs in a bush or low lying tree.
doves nest with two eggs
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