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MikeC Posted - 11/01/2003 : 3:10:36 PM
This morning, between rain showers, I happened to look out the window and saw this interloper taking its leisure in the shade garden next to the patio.






Of course, She-Who-Rules-The-Yard [:-doggy] took exception to the intruder and barked furiously and bravely, albeit from a distance. She continued to bark long after the hapless creature had ambled back to the woods until I wacked her with a broom because she was driving me [:-crazy].
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Frederic Testard Posted - 04/19/2015 : 04:15:33 AM
Great pic, Dennis!
Dennis R Posted - 04/18/2015 : 9:43:08 PM
Short Eared Owl

Philip Posted - 04/12/2015 : 10:37:45 AM
Jack Pot!
Dutchman Posted - 04/12/2015 : 09:11:32 AM
I caught this bear in the yard yesterday, just as he pulled the bottom off one of our bird feeders. You can see the bottom of the feeder in his front paws, and the seed is pouring out of the feeder onto his head.



We often get bears in the yard, but this is larger than most that we have see.



robert goslin Posted - 04/12/2015 : 05:48:46 AM
On a recent trip to Adelaide, South Australia I took these shots.
Bee on a flower ( not sure what type)


Eastern Rosella


Pacific Black duck


Yawning Hippo at the Adelaide Zoo

deemery Posted - 12/13/2014 : 4:34:04 PM
quote:
Originally posted by mabloodhound

I believe that's a red tail Dave.
Nice photo.

I think so, it might be a juvenile. A couple years ago a juvenile Coopers Hawk or Red-Tailed hit our glass French Doors, and sat perched on the porch railing for about 4 days "until the bells stopped ringing." Apparently that's pretty typical behavior.

They keep the squirrel population in check (along with the foxes). If only they'd do something about the deer :-)

dave
mabloodhound Posted - 12/13/2014 : 4:27:13 PM
I believe that's a red tail Dave.
Nice photo.
deemery Posted - 12/13/2014 : 4:13:54 PM
This bird showed up outside the kitchen window yesterday morning:


dave
BigLars Posted - 07/03/2014 : 9:45:57 PM
Off the coast on BC a few weeks ago.

BigLars Posted - 07/03/2014 : 9:32:30 PM
Some of the many seals at Tracy Arm Alaska



BigLars Posted - 07/03/2014 : 9:27:29 PM
Time to get this thread going again. I know it is a very common bird but not in a common location to most.




deemery Posted - 01/12/2014 : 3:00:03 PM
Either of those shots would make nice paintings.

dave
Dennis R Posted - 01/12/2014 : 2:33:02 PM
I finally got a Snowy in flight. They like to sit in one spot for quite a while.






Chester Posted - 01/12/2014 : 10:51:07 AM
In the backyard. (was he in mine, or I in his?)

pingjockey Posted - 01/06/2014 : 2:09:55 PM
Dave, Thanks for the kind words, high praise indeed. I just happened to be in the right place at the right time. An early morning fog had come in. It lifted a few minutes later.

Troels, Many tens of thousands of them winter over at the Bosque del Apache national wild life refuge about 80 miles south of Albuquerque. It is a photographers dream. In addition, there are thousands of snow geese and a variety of ducks.

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