Woman Puts Out a Bowl of Water With a Camera on Her Yard, and Here Are the Visitors That Come to Feast on It

Jennifer George lives in a semi-rural area of San Diego County. She has been blessed to have some of the best guests in her yard. During the summer of 2019, she noticed a lot of animals in her yard. Therefore, she came up with an awesome idea on how to get a closer look at them.

“This is what the setup looks like from the side. That’s a solar panel at the right. And you’ll notice the chain that prevents the fountain from being stolen by coyotes.” jenniferegeorge

George put out a metal bowl with some water in it for the puppies, and suddenly that was the reason why more and more animals started showing up at her house. Who ever lives in California, knows about the hot weathers that rule the place, therefore, a bowl of water means a lot.

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Shortly after, a little bowl of water turned into a thirst trap for the animals who started coming for a sip of water or a bath. In addition, this ‘animal thirst trap’, was soon upgraded into a bigger bowl and a solar fountain. Now a variety of animals come to visit George’s backyard every day for a refreshing drink or free pool party. To make sure that she gets a closer look of the visitors, George put out a camera next to the fountain.

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George lives in a large property and enjoys her visitors a lot. “I put a bowl of water out there to attract them, because I didn’t want to make them dependent on us for food, and because it’s very hot and dry here in the summer. Birds started showing up almost immediately to drink and take baths during the day, and at night we’d see other nocturnal animals like skunks, opossums, and bobcats drinking. I was excited to look at the camera every morning to see what showed up,” she said.

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Stunning Photo of Bengal Tiger Taking a Stroll in Front of Ancient Ruins

A beautiful subspecies of Panthera tigris, which we simply call the Bengal tiger, was spotted by the photographer Nitish Madan, in Ranthambore National Park. The park is a mix of nature, history, and wildlife which also boasts a plethora of fauna besides the tiger. However, tigers are the creatures that Madan is most fascinated by. In fact, he’s spent over 10 years waiting for the perfect moment to capture a tiger walking in front of the picturesque Ranthambore Fort.

“My fingers were numb from the cold and I couldn’t feel them anymore. It was the moment I had been waiting for as long as I could remember. I shook my head in utter disbelief as I lifted my camera and was so glad to have been able to press the shutter button. I already knew how to compose the shot as I had practiced it a thousand times before, only this time it was with a tiger in the frame. It felt so unreal as if it was a mystic dream with a tiger crossing our world.” Madan recalls.

Through his photos, the photographer tries to advise us to treat animals with respect and care. In addition, he reminds us that due to poaching and environmental changes, such majestic creatures are slowly disappearing.

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Photograph Madan was able to capture magnificent photos of the tigers at Ranthambore National Park.

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” It was freezing cold, full of fog and mist and I couldn’t feel my fingers, glad that I was able to press the shutter on my camera. It was such a special moment, one that I have been waiting for, for as long as I can remember, finally nature has blessed me with this. I am ever so grateful. For me, this image has captured the heart and soul of Ranthambore.”
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“These cats are intensely beautiful, such powerful beings. You can feel the power behind this gaze, such a thrill to see them in their wild habitats.”
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“Queen Arrow photographed in a glorious winter light while she was on her territorial walk in Ranthambhore National Park. It always a thrill to see these cats, in all their beauty and elegance. They are simply exquisite! What a privilege to spend time with these beautiful, graceful, powerful beings.”
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“What an exciting and heart racing moment it always is when the tiger is walking head on towards you. Such a privilege to spend time with these beautiful, graceful, powerful beings.”
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“Tiger Queen licking herself clean. Its not just because they are fastidious, they work to remove as much of their scent as possible so prey won’t be able to smell when they are downwind.”
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“What an exciting and heart racing moment it was as we watched the gorgeous tiger princess walked the forest track head on towards us. I froze in sheer awe at how magnificently beautiful she really was when she looked me straight in the eye.”
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“Captured early in the morning when she was getting ready for a busy day.”
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“It is always a delight to see a Male tiger as they are so hard to sight. Photographed this male in zone 6 of Ranthambhore national park when he came for a drink of water from a natural depression, a natural shallow hole which holds water in the summer. So if you know where the water is in your forest reserve you can pretty much predict where tigers are going to be.”

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