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02-11-2014, 08:06 PM   #991
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QuoteOriginally posted by baro-nite Quote
What a great series of wildlife shots on this page!
Yup - exceptional shots, everyone

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Tom - I think you goofed. That last shot is another of a White Throated Sparrow...
Yep, you're right, I somehow missed the white stripe on the crown.
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spotted some Bobcats
Wow!! I've never seen one in the wild (that I know of ;~) congratulations!
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I've only seen them a couple of times before, this was the first time I happened to have a camera handy. First one I saw was before I got into photography, next one was too far away and tried but didn't get anything recognizable...Don't know what it was about that spot, but I got well out of focus shots of several animals there. Deer, fox, coyote, wild cat that may or may not have been bobcat...but loads of good bird shots and flower and insect macros...go figure...

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This squirrel eats organic food. Testing my Tair 3S.





And some kind of butterfly taken with 100mm macro.

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For those who don't keep an eye on "post Your Photos"

I usually don't use flash, but Tripper pointed out a flying squirrel at the start of our evening dog walk. He seemed quite agreeable to hanging around and didn't fly off until I put a peanut up in his tree for him, as soon as he got the peanut he sailed off into the night.

Tess' k-5 and Tamron 90, I just grabbed the closest camera available.





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Not as Dramatic as some of the other wildlife, but its what we've got!

Blackbird in Elderberry bush
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Deer on the tailings from the excavation to build the basement of my new house, from the kitchen of my new house.

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Deer on the tailings from the excavation to build the basement of my new house, from the kitchen of my new house.
That's awesome! Looks like they are wondering what all this stuff is doing in their forest!
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That's awesome! Looks like they are wondering what all this stuff is doing in their forest!
I had notice that something had been bedding down on the pile. That morning I found out.

The deer and other critters are all around our place. The deer became a bit of a nuisance eating the roses, but I found motion activated sprinklers that cured that problem.

Here is a shot of a doe I caught with my *istDL and SIgma 600 Cat.

Hand held.

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