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Most of you know we love the wildlife that come onto our property. Two days ago the acorns finally started falling. They aren't big but will help get the wildlife through the winter. The deer look up at the trees waiting for the acorns to fall. They are also loosing the velvet off their horns. A sign that a new season is in the air.
Our wildlife forage for ACORNS here at Canyon Lake TX this Wild Wednesday here at Active Rain.
Acorns are one of the most important wildlife foods in our area. We were expecting not see many acorns this year with the Texas drought.
Guess What: Acorns are falling from the oak trees. Our deer will have something to eat after all. Not only the deer but the squirrels are also going to have something to eat. They are working as fast as they can to scurry around and find acorns and carry off to a secret hiding place for winter food.
Acorns are also rich in nutrients. Percentages vary from species to species, but all acorns contain large amounts of protein, carbohydrates and fats, as well as the minerals calcium, phosphorus and potassium, and the vitamin niacin. Total food energy in an acorn also varies by species, but all compare well with other wild foods.
We are thankful to see the acorns so the wildlife will have something to eat. **************************************************************
*Localism Blog September 28, 2011 Active Rain Wild Wednesday Group" Canyon Lake, TX
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