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Examples of how wild animals sought manmade shelter

 

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brush pile animal shelter in the wintertime

This is a small portion of a large brush pile that is now home for many different animals. If you enlarge the picture (click on it), you can see the trail made by one animal leading to the entrance of his home.

   
brush pile animal shelter in the spring - front
To you, it's a brush pile. To a rabbit, it is the Taj Mahal!
Front view of the brush pile. It size is difficult to appreciate from these pictures, but it is over 100 feet long and up to 16 feet high. If you make a brush pile, it need not be anywhere near as large as this enormous one.
   
brush pile animal shelter in the spring - rear Rear view of the brush pile. The residents of this brush pile like it so much that they now live in it year-round.
   
Animal seeking shelter beneath a shed An animal burrowed under this shed to seek shelter.

 

You can easily make animal shelters, too. Learn how on the next page.

 

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