Who Lives at Small Ones Farm?
Our most famous resident is Cutie Pie the pig. We also keep bees and chickens and have a resident barn cat named NAME.
Many species of wild birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians also can be found at our farm. These creatures inhabit our red maple forest, streams, fields, vernal pools, orchards and buildings. We benefit from their presence and invite you to share your observations of them with us. We keep a special eye out for species that are threatened, endangered, or of special concern. Species in these categories that have been identified as potentially present at the farm include the spadefoot toad, the wood turtle, the eastern box turtle and the black rat snake.
Common Yellow Throat Warbler
47 species of birds have been identified at our farm...
Observed mammals range from the tiny undergound mole to the imposing black bear...
Amphibians and reptiles at the farm include red-spotted newts, green frogs, wood frogs and the common snapping turtle.
Black Bear BOB AND SALLY REVIEW
Eastern Coyote LIST AND ADD MORE
Many thanks for Betzi Sylvan and Ted Watt for compiling our initial list of observed and potential wildlife.
Cutie Pie's Story
Cutie Pie is a ___ year old ______ pig. She weighs in at over _____ pounds and eats approximately __________ per day. She LOVES Asian pears!
Cutie Pie came to us from INSERT STORY HERE ... She is often joined in her enclosure by our chickens, some of whom even ride on her back.
(PHOTO OF CUTIE PIE TO LEFT)