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Nov 06, 2018 21:11 |  #12676

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Jeff... you need to go and repurchase the EOS R.

Why not?

Lol you sound like my buddy’s


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Nov 07, 2018 01:40 |  #12677

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Maybe... this is a cool text to see if thats really true. We will see. I really wanted to shoot him in the snow this winter but he was being bad so I had to do something.

I kinda hated to trap the little bugger...

Better hope it snows soon before you have to trap him again :lol:

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Nov 07, 2018 01:42 |  #12678

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Sid I really started liking the challenge of the bad wheels.. I mean it can get pretty boring shooting the birds year after year. Having a doggy camera makes it all the more fun... Makes me wish I still had the camera lol :p

That must make my dodgy unit a more valuable proposition then, d'ya wanna buy it? :twisted::lol:




  
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Nov 07, 2018 07:35 |  #12680

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Nov 07, 2018 10:37 |  #12681

sidknee wrote in post #18745697 (external link)
Better hope it snows soon before you have to trap him again :lol:

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That must make my dodgy unit a more valuable proposition then, d'ya wanna buy it? :twisted::lol:

lol.. So true Sid... This morning there was two others to take his place lol and I'm sure he will be back to rule the roost lol.. But lets see how long it takes.

Don't sell that busted 7DII.. you will regret it.. just get something new to join the tools you are using now. A guy needs more than one camera... I'm a slow learner lol

I may have had my squirrels mixed up.. this one looks like the little one from the spring ??? I must be NUTS lol


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Nov 07, 2018 10:45 |  #12682

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lol.. So true Sid... This morning there was two others to take his place lol and I'm sure he will be back to rule the roost lol.. But lets see how long it takes.

Don't sell that busted 7DII.. you will regret it.. just get something new to join the tools you are using now. A guy needs more than one camera... I'm a slow learner lol

I may have had my squirrels mixed up.. this one looks like the little one from the spring ??? I must be NUTS lol

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All squirrels look the same to me!!! How do you think you can tell one from another??


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Nov 07, 2018 11:02 |  #12683

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All squirrels look the same to me!!! How do you think you can tell one from another??

O really Charles.. Interesting.. I can see faces, individuals, just like people. same with deer. Now sometimes they grow up and I try and see the younger individual in the older animal. sometimes after a few minutes you can pick out the markers on their face and personality.

The one I just relocated must have chased everything else out of this yard. They are instantly moving in to claim there ground.


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Nov 07, 2018 11:41 |  #12684

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Nov 07, 2018 13:58 |  #12686

Pondrader wrote in post #18745881 (external link)
O really Charles.. Interesting.. I can see faces, individuals, just like people. same with deer. Now sometimes they grow up and I try and see the younger individual in the older animal. sometimes after a few minutes you can picket the markers on their face and personality.

The one I just relocated must have chased everything else out of this yard. They are instantly moving in to claim there ground.

Maybe the one you relocated wanted your yard to itself because it's a camera s1ut. :-P


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Nov 07, 2018 15:57 |  #12687

Pondrader wrote in post #18745861 (external link)
lol.. So true Sid... This morning there was two others to take his place lol and I'm sure he will be back to rule the roost lol.. But lets see how long it takes.

Don't sell that busted 7DII.. you will regret it.. just get something new to join the tools you are using now. A guy needs more than one camera... I'm a slow learner lol

I may have had my squirrels mixed up.. this one looks like the little one from the spring ??? I must be NUTS lol

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I still intend to keep it running until there is a 7D III alike to replace it, and if it fails I've got the M5 which can be made to work.....
Oh, and I agree with Charles, all squirrels look the same to me but then I've never had a pet one like you! :lol:

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Nov 07, 2018 16:39 |  #12688

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Maybe the one you relocated wanted your yard to itself because it's a camera s1ut. :-P

Ya thats very true... seen him running all the other chipmunks and squirrels off..


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Now ya see thats your down fall... If you have thousands of wildlife pets you always get the good stuff. :-D


Guess I'm gona have to learn you guys up on face recognition. lol

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Nov 07, 2018 20:27 |  #12690

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Those are fantastic shots, pcs.


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