Just last night, there was an animal helping itself to several plants in our garden. We don’t know what it is, but this is what was tasted: baby zucchini, corn just coming up, tomato leaves, and carrot greens. We think it could all be the same animal, because all of the bite marks have kind of jagged edges. It’s very disturbing, and we’re going to try to put some motion sensor lights in our yard to find out what the animal is.
Most likely, it is a deer, because deer have to tear at what they are eating thus leaving a jagged edge. But who thinks we could have a different furry visitor? What do you think? In any case, we need to outsmart whatever is enjoying our garden at night because we aren’t even having a drought or anything, so if animals are coming over to our place to eat when it’s lush, what will they do when it’s dry?