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Since it’s National Squirrel Appreciation Day today, and our fearless leaders of the @undercoversquirrelsquad have mandated that today is #squirrelsrestday2021 , we decided to practice our hunting skills on another unsuspecting critter. Mr Bison didn’t seem to find us the least bit intimidating, so we are a little insulted. I guess tomorrow we can go back to hunting those pesky squirrels and hone our skills a bit more. 💙🧡🐾
Mahm here...the arrival of Mr Bison caught us all a bit off guard 🤣😂 but I’d like to reassure everyone that no animals were hurt or in any danger. He was quite the docile creature, huge and unassuming....
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writes book-length and short fiction in the genres of literary, mainstream/contemporary, mystery/suspense, thriller, science fiction, fantasy, and horror. He is a former attorney, actor, psychotherapist, and adjunct professor with an amateur background in science, mythology, and storytelling. Born and raised in Chicago, he now lives in the Four Corners region of the American Southwest. A hiker with an interest in geology, natural history and Native American culture, Mike combines all of his interests and expresses them in his writing. Find his blog and books at