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Wildlife pictures

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Bill, Jun 26, 2007.

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  1. Bill

    Bill Minister of Fire

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    First one is a nest of baby Blue Birds, the second picture is a fat chipmunk

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  2. Bill

    Bill Minister of Fire

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    This is a male ruby throated hummingbird. Another chipmunk.

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  3. ChrisN

    ChrisN Feeling the Heat

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    Looks like a shag bark hickory and an ash behind that bird!
  4. Bill

    Bill Minister of Fire

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    Your correct, hope I never see the ash borer, have many ash trees.
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    Fawn


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    Hope I got a good picture last evening of a mother racoon and her five babies, all lined up on the deck rail looking into out picture window in the living room. CUTE! A bunch of bandits. If it did turn out I will post it. If I can figure out how.

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  7. begreen

    begreen Mooderator Staff Member

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    Bones, look like you've got them oversized rats as well. Sorry man.
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    Yes, it's a shame to have to put up with all these animals out here in the boonies. LOL
    I really want to get a pic of the gray bobcat that's about 40 pounds that's around here.
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