25 Must-See Photos | A Gallery of 2021's Baby Animals and Critters
June 26, 2021
Love baby animals and Wisconsin wildlife of all kinds? Our residents and employees do, too!
When these two Whitetail deer cuties' mother decided Three Pillars was a good place to spend their first few days of life, we were swooning.
Our 295-acre campus is nestled in a park-like, wooded setting in Dousman, Wisconsin, with the Bark River running through the heart of it. Much to our delight, this means that in addition to providing the best quality of care for older adults in our area, we're also quite a haven for a diverse variety of critters, too. Lucky for us, we have several artistic resident photographers who document and share the beauty with us.
This gallery is brought to you by the very talented Virgil D, who is rarely seen without his camera at his side and has a knack for capturing incredible wildilfe moments. Thank you, Virgil!
Am I ready to learn to fly yet?
Every day is a good day for a turtle stroll or swim.
What's that, you say? Three Pillars has a full continuum of care right in the heart of Lake Country?! Amazing.
Mother Goose has the goslings perfecting their lineup skills.
Even gray squirrels enjoy a rest on our beautiful bridge.
Just keep swimming, just keep swimming.
Aquatic birds are big fans of the Bark River that runs through our campus - fish, anyone?
Mrs. Mallard comes in for a splash landing as her growing ducklings get busy diving for snacks.
From the Bark River to the shores and back --- semiaquatic animals like the mink enjoy our campus, as well.
Mama mallard swims behind to keep an eye on the whole brood. They're growing up so fast!
Follow me - we heard there's an ice cream social in the Holz Pavilion at 2 PM!
Frog hugs make us smile.
Beautiful birds take to the sky on our campus, too.
Mama goose teaches the goslings there are tasty morsels to discover on land, too.
The mallard highly recommends the pond at Compass Point for sunrise prayers and daily devotions.
Which was your favorite? Have another Wisconsin wildlife photo to share? Leave us a comment below!