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Jun 23, 2009 09:16 |  #1

These are a couple inhabitants of the ridge we live on... the photo of the Gray Fox was taken in the evening, so it is a bit noisy. The Gray Fox is basically nocturnal, so he is a bit more difficult to capture than the Pine Marten.

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Jun 23, 2009 09:25 |  #2

Nice captures db...we have gray foxes here too, and sometimes they come out in the day, but I always see them at night. The martin is something I have never seen and not many posted here. Well done!


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Jun 23, 2009 09:35 |  #3

ajosteve wrote in post #8159042 (external link)
Nice captures db...we have gray foxes here too, and sometimes they come out in the day, but I always see them at night. The martin is something I have never seen and not many posted here. Well done!


Hi Steve, daylight savings time helps to see our gray fox, we have had least one pair around here for years. I have many old photos of a mother gray and her kits, she used to bring them up on our lawn... the pine marten trots through here at all times... I see him a lot in the woods when I am photographing birds... thanks Steve.


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Jun 23, 2009 14:47 |  #4

Rare sighting on the Marten let alone it staying still enough to get a shot! Great capture.




  
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Jun 23, 2009 17:45 |  #5

mobileman wrote in post #8160768 (external link)
Rare sighting on the Marten let alone it staying still enough to get a shot! Great capture.

Thank you for looking and taking the time to comment... I just got in from the field photographing birds and ran into another Pine Marten, I got some good close ups of him... he was a new one on our ridge. I may post him later...


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Jun 23, 2009 18:28 |  #6

Wow, that fox shot is terrific, and I've never seen a pine marten. Great shooting.


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Jun 23, 2009 18:35 |  #7

jgrussell wrote in post #8162051 (external link)
Wow, that fox shot is terrific, and I've never seen a pine marten. Great shooting.

Thanks jgr... I appreciate the comments... I just posted another new marten photo that I took while photographing my chickadees today... busy day on the ridge.


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Jun 24, 2009 15:17 |  #8

Like the last one.


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Jun 24, 2009 18:51 |  #9

Mil wrote in post #8167783 (external link)
Like the last one.

Thank you for looking in and commenting.

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Jun 25, 2009 17:45 |  #10

Nice captures.
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Jun 25, 2009 20:11 |  #11

very nice


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Jun 25, 2009 20:48 |  #12

Glenn Abuja wrote in post #8174954 (external link)
Nice captures.
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kywolftn wrote in post #8175700 (external link)
very nice

Thanks for looking in, I appreciate it..


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