Frozen Fukushima

February 14, 2014
Frozen Fukushima

I have to be careful driving on the snow and ice.
Especially when I load so much food, sometimes the steering becomes difficult, even impossible to control.


Recently I meet wild boar so often, before meet cats.



It was slippery.
I need special rubber boots.




This is a house that let us put a food box there.
We set 2 of them, but they're gone.


Wow, it flew to such a place.


There is still some food in the box, but is this the behavior of wild boar?
Where the other one?


It fell into the irrigation ditch.
This is amazing, how can they do this without any injury.


This is a place where we didn’t have any trouble.
But finally they found it.
Anyway the wild boar are increasing a lot.
I don’t have enough time.
I set these back and fill the food.
But the wild boar will come again.
I have to think of some other idea.


The next one is also knocked down.
I don’t want to say that everything is the wild boar’s fauilt.



Severe cold continues for a while.
This year, there is so much snow.
Taking a look at the blog of volunteer in Iidatemura, physically it is so hard.
Our activity in Hamadori doesn’t involve so much snow.
But I have to be really careful in some dangerous places.
But there are some lives surviving in this frozen town.
We have to rescue them before they die.


テーマ : 保護活動
ジャンル : ペット





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