Please jump right in and share your wildlife sightings and stories with other dotCANTON readers.
Have you spotted a moose on the loose?
Seen a black bear and want to share a big BEWARE!!!
Bumped into a bodacious buck, about the size of a pickup truck?
Are the turkeys gobbling up space at the base of West Mountain Road?
Jeepers! Have you heard the creepers???
Just type in your name below (it certainly can be a nom de plume), fill in the e-mail address box (it will not be published), share away and then hit submit. You don’t have to reveal the specifics of your location — a neighborhood would be plenty if you wish (North Canton, Canton Center, Collinsville, etc.). Your first submission to dotCANTON will need the editor’s approval before being visible. Subsequent submissions will be visible immediately.
And thanks for sharing!
Send In Your Pics
dotCANTON.com readers are encouraged to send in photos they take of wildlife in town. Birds, bats, bees, bruins, butterflies and boll weevils are all eligible, as are deer, foxes, raccoons, mice, moose, etc.. When you have what you think is an interesting shot, e-mail the jpeg file to editor@dotCANTON.com and we’ll post it in a photo gallery right here on the “Wildlife” page.
You don’t have to reveal your real name, but it would be great if you did say when the photo was taken and give us a general idea, at least, of where it was taken. That way, we can write a caption — something like: Bear on the run off Barbourtown Road, near Hanson Road, at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 21 / Submitted by Wise Ol’ Owl.