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Jul 22, 2022 17:50 |  #29251

Wow, Rob...what an awesome capture!

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Truly a crack'in shot, fotoi! This guy is in full color and not missing a single feather.


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Jul 22, 2022 17:50 |  #29252

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Great photograph of this inquisitive little (well, maybe chubby) critter. He's definitely pegged you as "an animal of interest" to him.

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Thank you, Tom, much appreciated. I see him pretty much every time I go to this spot to to photograph. He will come up quickly to see who I am, but then he quickly leaves. I honestly think he recognizes my camera, and knows that no food will be provided.


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Jul 22, 2022 18:18 |  #29253

Lame-Duck wrote in post #19407695 (external link)
Wow, Rob...what an awesome capture!

Truly a crack'in shot, fotoi! This guy is in full color and not missing a single feather.

Thank you.




  
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Jul 22, 2022 18:23 |  #29254

Ring-necked Parakeet.

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Jul 22, 2022 18:29 |  #29255

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Ring-necked Parakeet.


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Very nice shot of this ring-necked parakeet, John, but I got a kink in my neck trying to look at him. :-P:lol:


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Jul 23, 2022 09:03 |  #29256

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"White Tail Doe" encounter on my hike, two young fawns ran off into the woods.


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Jul 23, 2022 10:06 |  #29258

A Western Diamondback Rattlesnake shaking his rattles in warning...


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Jul 23, 2022 10:15 |  #29259

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Jul 23, 2022 15:57 |  #29260

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Wigeon hen

Very nice, sharp hen wigeon close-up portrait, fotoi!

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This guy is one that I wouldn't want to tangle with, Tom. Judging from the number of rattles that are visible...it appears to be a younger snake. They are considered quite dangerous because they inject all of their poison when they strike. Did you find this rattler in the areas that you normally photograph birds? Excellent photograph, by the way!

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Very nice, sharp close-up of this cute little hippity hopper, Jimmy!:-)


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Jul 23, 2022 17:11 |  #29261

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This guy is one that I wouldn't want to tangle with, Tom. Judging from the number of rattles that are visible...it appears to be a younger snake. They are considered quite dangerous because they inject all of their poison when they strike. Did you find this rattler in the areas that you normally photograph birds? Excellent photograph, by the way!

Thanks Mike...He was coiled right at the entrance to my driveway. They are frequent visitors around my house, and living in the desert teaches you to be cautious.

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Jul 23, 2022 18:32 |  #29262

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Thanks Mike...He was coiled right at the entrance to my driveway. They are frequent visitors around my house, and living in the desert teaches you to be cautious.

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Jul 24, 2022 05:36 |  #29264


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Jul 24, 2022 06:47 |  #29265

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