Weird things you find in your garden, part 2

If you thought the clam was weird, our most recent find was a cooked lobster tail shell, in the herb bed birdbath.  Ooookaaay.

So, raccoon, seagull, or my latest idea, a crow, is responsible.  What do you think?

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9 Responses to “Weird things you find in your garden, part 2”

  1. Emily Says:

    A lobster tail is a surprise!
    We’ve been finding weird things in our garden but they come from under ground. Mostly odd pieces of metal. The most recent was a heavy 12 inch metal ring with heavy chain attached that almost looks like it belongs in a yoke. It was in the front flower bed.

    • Ali Says:

      Old houses are full of surprises like that. We once found a nice old brass hose nozzle that works far better than the new one I had just purchased! We often find marbles, and pieces of broken china.

  2. GrafixMuse Says:

    LOL! I don’t know what to think of this!

  3. Sara Says:

    I’d guess dropped from the sky, but what are the chances of it landing in your bird bath?

  4. Jackie Says:

    I’m thinking it’s something that likes co-habitating with people…maybe a raccoon or even a neighborhood dog/cat?

  5. Cat Says:

    My dad just found a skunk head in his pool in Connecticut!

    • Ali Says:

      YUK! Hope he got rid of that right quick. Must have been a crow, don’t you think?

  6. Robin Says:

    How humorous. :)

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