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What kind of Wildlife Photographer Are "YOU"

 
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Jul 13, 2021 15:15 |  #2026

Maureen Souza wrote in post #19259164 (external link)
I am hanging in there. It is 6 weeks tomorrow since the surgery and although I am back to "normal" life, I am still having quite a bit of nerve pain. Dr. said it could be another few months before it all settles down. Fortunately I am a pretty tough old bird and haven't used any pain medicine in 4 weeks.

Those months will go fast. Get better soon.


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Jul 13, 2021 16:01 |  #2027

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The rest of the herd was not happy with it….they avoided it. So we were not sure it would be protected from predators. Usually several zebras would kick at predators and a group of adults would surround the colts. But there was a lot of concern this would not be the case for this little guy.

Thank you for the lesson in LIFE of a Zebra! I too hope it makes a long and happy life!


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Jul 13, 2021 20:04 as a reply to  @ Inspeqtor's post |  #2028

After some research, it was still alive last April so that is good news.


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Jul 13, 2021 20:31 |  #2029

Chocolate Moose! :-D


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Jul 13, 2021 23:21 |  #2030

Was great to be able to photogragh this doe. This is the third year in a row that I have seen her with a fawn.:-)


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Jul 14, 2021 11:07 |  #2031

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Was great to be able to photogragh this doe. This is the third year in a row that I have seen her with a fawn.:-)


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Great shot. So nice to see animals in the wild and not in zoo's


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Jul 14, 2021 15:11 |  #2032

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Great shot. So nice to see animals in the wild and not in zoo's

Thank you So true.:-)


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Jul 14, 2021 15:38 |  #2033

Thoughtful Peregrine. Not in a zoo or captivity, it's amazing to see these wonderful birds in their full glory.


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Jul 14, 2021 16:27 |  #2034

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Thoughtful Peregrine. Not in a zoo or captivity, it's amazing to see these wonderful birds in their full glory.
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Plus he looks “pissed”.




  
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Jul 14, 2021 18:12 |  #2035

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Thoughtful Peregrine. Not in a zoo or captivity, it's amazing to see these wonderful birds in their full glory.
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Very nice shot and yes he does look a little annoyed.


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Jul 14, 2021 18:58 |  #2036

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Very nice shot and yes he does look a little annoyed.

A little annoyed?! It looks ready to chew nails 'n spit tacks :D Great portrait there!


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Jul 19, 2021 01:04 |  #2037

Elephants at sunset


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Jul 19, 2021 01:06 |  #2038

Looking for Lunch


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Jul 19, 2021 05:44 |  #2039

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Great shot. You must be feeling better.


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Jul 19, 2021 06:42 |  #2040

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Good to see you posting once again Maureen!!


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