Coolsville, Christopher. Growing up in the Hill Country, hunting & doing various outsdoors adventures, I was familiar with ringtails, but over the years, I started wondering if I had imagined them or something. Because you never hear of them. I really appreciate your "resurrecting" the species for me. On a related note, I spotted one on the roadside not long ago.
Another great read! Thank you : ) and i LOVE the grotto you all built.
I enjoyed this last posting, very much. I followed the link to the Cities are becoming a living lab for species evolution. Looking forward to reading it. One more way our species is affecting the others.
Ringtail cats aren’t all that rare. We live just east of Wimberley. One took up residence in the crawl space above our guest bathroom. It was a very unhygienic situation to say the least. It took a pest control guy to get him out of there. Another one showed up later in our carport attic. They love us! We had to re-locate him too. They are persistent! Donna Elkins