Watch Mom Skunk Take Her Six Adorable Babies for a Walk in Kentucky
Living in the countryside, you have many encounters with animals. The country is a great place to become one with nature. Unlike city life, you realize that we share space with animals. We are not meant to invade but to live together.
Aside from the house dogs and cats that always come to my yard looking for a new place to live, I’ve had turkeys, chickens, opossums, and more recently skunks send time past my door.
A mother walks with her babies
My husband took this video as he was walking up the hill to our valley to visit his parents. What he captured was an ordinary beautiful moment between a mother skunk and her babies.
The mum started with a pleasant, but a bit dangerous, walk on the side of the road, then led her babies on a hike through a freshly plowed field.
Isn’t that the cutest thing ever? When you see them like that, it’s hard to imagine they can make the whole valley stink for days with just one spray.
Capturing baby animals with a GOPRO
I follow several Facebook pages that post trail cam videos. I’m a little obsessed with what video capture. The videos are pure in nature and in them we see ourselves and our own children and families.
In this video, a family of baby foxes are playing in the woods, when one of the siblings discovers a camera. The baby fox is curious, playful and brave. Look.
The Netflix series focuses on baby animals
My granddaughter has a new favorite show on Netflix. The wild babies The series is an incredible piece of cinema. It takes you deep into the lives of baby animals. As they fight to survive, you get up close and personal with the adorable, amazing, and sometimes scary part of their young lives.
Here is the trailer for the first season.
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