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Sep 26, 2021 12:53 |  #25411

Yellowstone River near Gardiner, MT

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Sep 27, 2021 00:13 |  #25412

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Mute swan


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Beautiful capture of this giant of a bird making a graceful touchdown, Jan!

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Anna's Hummingbird...


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Stunningly beautiful capture, Tom!

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A Wigeon.

Beautiful wigeon shot, fotoi!

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Yellowstone River near Gardiner, MT

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Very attractive shot, Ted!


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Sep 27, 2021 03:51 |  #25413

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Beautiful capture of this giant of a bird making a graceful touchdown, Jan!

Stunningly beautiful capture, Tom!

Beautiful wigeon shot, fotoi!

Very attractive shot, Ted!

Thank you, Mike.




  
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Sep 27, 2021 06:54 |  #25414

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Sep 27, 2021 10:15 |  #25415

Burrowing Owl...


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Sep 27, 2021 10:19 |  #25416

A Wood duck.

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Sep 27, 2021 11:39 |  #25417

Tom in Arizona wrote in post #19287893 (external link)
Anna's Hummingbird...

Great shot Tom. We get hummers in our backyard but it's too shady to get clean shots like this.


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Sep 27, 2021 11:42 |  #25418

Tom in Arizona wrote in post #19288243 (external link)
Burrowing Owl...

Another great image Tom. So I have to ask, are most of these from your yard or do you go out hiking to see them?


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Sep 27, 2021 12:34 |  #25419

ChrisAttebery wrote in post #19288267 (external link)
Great shot Tom. We get hummers in our backyard but it's too shady to get clean shots like this.


ChrisAttebery wrote in post #19288268 (external link)
Another great image Tom. So I have to ask, are most of these from your yard or do you go out hiking to see them?

Hi Chris...

Thanks so much for the very nice comments. The Hummingbird was taken as it approached a feeder in my yard. The Burrowing Owl was taken about 15 miles from my home. I wish I had the owls closer to my home, but I'll gladly take a short drive to find them any time. In general, most of my photographs are taken in or within a short drive of my home. Fortunately, I live across the street from a land preserve which makes for some excellent photo opportunities.

Tom


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Sep 27, 2021 17:31 |  #25420

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"Scram," said the ospey! This is a really cool shot, Dave!

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Burrowing Owl...


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Killer of a close-up shot, Tom! Sharp as a pin.

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Cool looking shot, fotoi! Beautiful color. I like the resting pose.


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Sep 27, 2021 17:48 |  #25421

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"Scram," said the ospey! This is a really cool shot, Dave!

Killer of a close-up shot, Tom! Sharp as a pin.

Cool looking shot, fotoi! Beautiful color. I like the resting pose.

Thank you, Mike.




  
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Sep 27, 2021 20:44 |  #25422


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Sep 27, 2021 22:11 as a reply to  @ Tom in Arizona's post |  #25423

You and your camera again, huh.


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Sep 27, 2021 22:12 |  #25424

Watching me closely as I hiked the trail near their small cove last week.


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Sep 27, 2021 23:40 |  #25425

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Perfect timing to capture this guy's expression, Terry! Very nice.


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