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Dec 04, 2017 19:34 |  #9706

Not bad for an old 7D huh. You captured his image very well, inspight of that ancient technology.ߘ


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Dec 04, 2017 20:49 |  #9707

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Not bad for an old 7D huh. You captured his image very well, inspight of that ancient technology.ߘ

I was very determined to make my 7D shoot with the best.. I would like to think it could hold its own.


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Dec 04, 2017 22:17 |  #9708

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IMO, you were successful, beautiful image.


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Dec 04, 2017 22:29 |  #9709

I love your fox and wolf shots jeff they stand above others I have seen thank you.

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Dec 05, 2017 03:02 |  #9710

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IMO, you were successful, beautiful image.


Pagman wrote in post #18510831 (external link)
I love your fox and wolf shots jeff they stand above others I have seen thank you.

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Thank you Steve & Pagman


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Dec 05, 2017 03:03 |  #9711

I really love how healthy your wild foxes look Jeff... the ones here in Australia are much rangier and definitely not as stunningly coiffed.

Pet ones look better than wild ones here - but there aren't that many of them around... *sigh*

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Dec 05, 2017 03:25 |  #9712

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I really love how healthy your wild foxes look Jeff... the ones here in Australia are much rangier and definitely not as stunningly coiffed.

Pet ones look better than wild ones here - but there aren't that many of them around... *sigh*

T.

Yes I agree T, I guess they have enough rodents and bunny's to keep them well fed. I think things are changing here. The wolves are decimating the deer population so we dont really have the road kills and such for them, and the snowshoe hare that use to run everywhere here seem to be more scares. At this time of year Im use to deer everywhere and at this time I have seen none at all. wolves are great and all but they sure love to eat. then theres the human,,, he's hard on everything,


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Dec 05, 2017 06:16 |  #9713

I think my friend George belongs in this thread! George is a wild Sulphur-crested Cockatoo - a regular visitor to the garden, my wife named him after her father.


Also this Gang Gang Cockatoo is definitely keeping an eye on me :).


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Dec 05, 2017 13:37 |  #9714

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Dec 05, 2017 14:55 |  #9715

Pondrader wrote in post #18510928 (external link)
Yes I agree T, I guess they have enough rodents and bunny's to keep them well fed. I think things are changing here. The wolves are decimating the deer population so we dont really have the road kills and such for them, and the snowshoe hare that use to run everywhere here seem to be more scares. At this time of year Im use to deer everywhere and at this time I have seen none at all. wolves are great and all but they sure love to eat. then theres the human,,, he's hard on everything,

We have plenty of wild bunnies and rats at the farm I work at... so many bunnies in fact, that the ravens are even taking the young ones and dropping bits of them everywhere. Our state Department of Primary Industries has recently released baits laced with a modified strain of Calicivirus all over the area which is starting to have effect, judging from the number of intact dead bunnies I've found lately too. Unfortunately, the Calicivirus also affects our tame rabbits we use for our petting zoo... even though they are vaccinated, the vaccine isn't 100% effective for the modified strain... grrr!

How do you feel about the wolves? Do you think that maybe over time, you'll have a recurring family of them showing off their babies to you like with the fox family you have befriended? That would be too cool... but I'm sure you're not too comfortable getting as close to wolves, yes?

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Dec 05, 2017 16:59 |  #9716

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Dec 05, 2017 18:48 |  #9717

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That’s awesome !


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Dec 05, 2017 19:03 |  #9718

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We have plenty of wild bunnies and rats at the farm I work at... so many bunnies in fact, that the ravens are even taking the young ones and dropping bits of them everywhere. Our state Department of Primary Industries has recently released baits laced with a modified strain of Calicivirus all over the area which is starting to have effect, judging from the number of intact dead bunnies I've found lately too. Unfortunately, the Calicivirus also affects our tame rabbits we use for our petting zoo... even though they are vaccinated, the vaccine isn't 100% effective for the modified strain... grrr!

How do you feel about the wolves? Do you think that maybe over time, you'll have a recurring family of them showing off their babies to you like with the fox family you have befriended? That would be too cool... but I'm sure you're not too comfortable getting as close to wolves, yes?

T.

Incredible bunny story... The human at work ???. Wolves for the most part have been harder to get near. I do run them down here and there but they have never been aggressive to me. They tend to flee so fast you cant get a shot.


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Dec 05, 2017 20:45 |  #9719

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Insanely beautiful!


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Dec 05, 2017 23:57 |  #9720

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Insanely beautiful!

I agree .... what a great photo ! :-)




  
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