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Sep 22, 2018 06:02 |  #12046

Squa7ch2112 wrote in post #18713215 (external link)
You use some interesting crops on your photos o_O that's a good looking Moose though.

It its true.. I do have some unconventional crops.. Just trying to be different and add a little suspense... Because ya know the face to face is coming..


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Sep 22, 2018 06:32 |  #12047

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Lol ...Well... I thought I would say it before the rest of the world did. I'm kinda working this story backwards

He'd be a menace on the road. Do they get cleaned up by vehicles?
They sure would here. We're the road kill capital.

I'd be backwards out of the way if one of those strolled into view.



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Sep 22, 2018 06:47 |  #12048

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He'd be a menace on the road. Do they get cleaned up by vehicles?
They sure would here. We're the road kill capital.

I'd be backwards out of the way if one of those strolled into view.

They are the most dangerous animal we have around here. They range from 1000lbs to 1800lbs and can run through heavy bush like a horse on a racetrack. Many people that hit Moose on the road die themselves squashed to death in their own cars. And yes I have lost acquaintance in mva's ( Moose vehicle Accidents ) In person they are massive animals that move incredibly quick but look like their sauntering along. Unfortunately I didn't have my camera ready to video... and was unprepared... but fall is just starting.

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Sep 22, 2018 07:29 |  #12049

My wildlife is a bit smaller then Jeff's ;-)a

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Sep 22, 2018 07:38 |  #12050

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Well I have these guys too Rob... only mine come when called..


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Sep 22, 2018 07:46 |  #12051

Then again.. So do the Moose. We are in full Rut. There are some Monsters around. Gota get close to something really big.

Size is deceiving... This is a road for full size trucks.


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Sep 22, 2018 13:15 |  #12052

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Well I have these guys too Rob... only mine come when called..
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Sep 22, 2018 13:30 |  #12053

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Then again.. So do the Moose. We are in full Rut. There are some Monsters around. Gota get close to something really big.

Size is deceiving... This is a road for full size trucks.
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He makes that road look like a path!


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Sep 23, 2018 00:55 |  #12054

Northern Harrier, female

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Sep 23, 2018 02:11 |  #12055

Will you stop looking at me and get that feather off my beak!

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Sep 23, 2018 02:34 |  #12056

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Will you stop looking at me and get that feather off my beak!

Lovely photo. Quite dignified Pelican.
Expect with the bird paparazzi breathing down his gullet he's entitled to feel something  :p



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Sep 23, 2018 02:38 |  #12057

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Wow. neat, sharp looking shot, Graham. Because of the angle, and position of the pelican, his head looks too big for his body.


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Sep 23, 2018 05:51 |  #12058

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Sep 23, 2018 05:56 |  #12059

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RIP fella, you had a good innings, Northern Lights Wildlife Wolf Centre

They are gorgeous little bears.

Are wolves normally as fluffy (furry) as this one?
Looks large animal.
I gather he's passed on. Old age?



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Sep 23, 2018 06:04 |  #12060

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RIP fella, you had a good innings, Northern Lights Wildlife Wolf Centre
They are gorgeous little bears.

Are wolves normally as fluffy (furry) as this one?
Looks large animal.
I gather he's passed on. Old age?

Thank you - as for the wolves, I don't believe they are normally this fluffy, we were just very lucky to catch her like this - yes she passed away last year due to old age, she was a rescue and very well loved / looked after, just had an extremely 'old / knowledgeable' face on her. She was a VERY big wolf, even from a distance.

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