While birding Lakeshore State Park I came across one of the residents there, a Woodchuck. I saw this woodchuck minding his own business eating grass along the rocks. When he spotted me he hid in the rocks. I though I would hide on him next to rocks as he would be out for more grass. Minutes later, sure enough, out he came thinking about eating more grass. I think he knew I was in the area though. It was a nice morning with a little wind. Images were taken on April 12, 2019.
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