Just through this small hole on the top crest of the park is access to the trails below. There are many easy routes down, many not so easy, but this one is just rad. But too small for me, but as a kid I would have been all over it.
#EarthCapture by @bkcrossman
This female raccoon raised her kits in a New Brunswick back garden. The infamous animals are native to North America and are often considered a pest for raiding bins, making nests in unlikely places and sometimes even entering people’s homes for a midnight snack! But their adaptability should be admired. Their original home ranges were forests; they now thrive in mountain ranges, coastal marshes and urban areas.
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#EarthCapture by @charliepage.img
Fancy seeing you here! This cheeky squirrel scampered down a tree trunk just at the right moment for this perfect shot 😍 Though an invasive species in the UK, they’re at home in the US and Canada. They were introduced to Britain in the 1870s and now have a rather healthy population of around 2,520,000