I Love My Treats – IOTW Report

I Love My Treats

Images from:

1) Conservative Cowgirl (Great Blue Heron) This Great Blue Heron frequently hunts gophers on our property, for which I am very grateful!! I managed to get a photo of him with a gopher before he swallowed it.
2) Conservative Cowgirl (Deer) I feed a little bit of oatmeal and sunflower hearts to birds at the back door and I think this doe and her fawn were hoping for some, too. It was all gone, but they had a consolation prize by eating the roses next to the door. Lol!
3,4) Freepik.com
5, 6) Pexels.com
7) Unsplash.com

To submit your critter pictures for a future Sunday Critters, please email them to:



  1. A picture you/family/friend took and agree to publish here. NO images found on the internet.
  2. ‘Critters’ in the subject line.
  3. Your screen name.
  4. Your critter’s name (or species, if not your pet).
  5. Comments about the critter you want to share.

NEEDED: If your picture is for any of the following themes, please name the theme.

6-30 Independence Day – Please have your pictures in to me by FRIDAY at NOON – Freedom, Fireworks, Decorations, but critters love BBQ best
7-7 Random iOTWr Critters – Send in your photos to be used for the Random posts for this day or in the future.
7-14 Critter Tracks – What kind of tracks do your critters make? Or pictures of tracks of wild critters.

Thank you, Conservative Cowgirl for your great submissions!

11 Comments on I Love My Treats

  1. Those deer remind me of the ones that come into my backyard garden and eat the daylilies that I try to grow. I spray repellant and that usually works but earlier this week they ignored it and mowed down thousands of blossoms and nothing was left in the morning. Once I found a spotted fawn actually up on the patio (three steps up) nibbling on the blossoms while momma watched from the yard. They must taste like candy to these critters.

  2. @Jethro, good to know about daylilies! I’ve thought of planting some, but it would be pointless! Lol! I’ve been thinking of spreading some red clover seeds out in the field so the deer have that to nibble on


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