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Old Mar 23, 2008, 8:17 PM   #1
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Old Mar 23, 2008, 10:42 PM   #2
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Nice work, Dawg, I'm going to have to dust off my Bigma after seeing these :idea:
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Old Mar 23, 2008, 11:39 PM   #3
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Nice work, Dawg, I'm going to have to dust off my Bigma after seeing these :idea:
Thanks Norm...It's a good time of year for dusting!!

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Nice shots, Ed. The Bigma really is impressive and gets more so as you fine tune your use of it. You and I seem to have remarkably similar collections of visitors to our feeders, although my cardinals are just now getting comfortable with my new feeder closer to the house.

I may sound like a fisherman, but my best shot of the weekend was the one I didn't land. My wife went to the back patio door Saturday and yelled across the room, "Hey, there's some kind of hawk!" A large hawk, probably a red-shouldered from her subsequent description,had perched on the top of the fence surrounding an old dog pen in the back yard, not 20 feet from the house. By the time I could get out of my recliner and grab my camera, the hawk, of course, had been spooked and taken off. Like the fish, he gets bigger every time she describes him. :lol:

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Nice work, Dawg.
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Nice shots, Ed. The Bigma really is impressive and gets more so as you fine tune your use of it. You and I seem to have remarkably similar collections of visitors to our feeders, although my cardinals are just now getting comfortable with my new feeder closer to the house.

I may sound like a fisherman, but my best shot of the weekend was the one I didn't land. My wife went to the back patio door Saturday and yelled across the room, "Hey, there's some kind of hawk!" A large hawk, probably a red-shouldered from her subsequent description,had perched on the top of the fence surrounding an old dog pen in the back yard, not 20 feet from the house. By the time I could get out of my recliner and grab my camera, the hawk, of course, had been spooked and taken off. Like the fish, he gets bigger every time she describes him. :lol:

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Thanks Paul. We are on the same meridian and should get the same birds most times...Hope the flooding stays away from you! A shot of the Hawk would have been nice. I see them overhead all the time but none have landed close so far!

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Nice work, Dawg.
Thank you bmullen!

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Hope the flooding stays away from you!
Thanks. Fortunately, I'm in the mountains of Western Arkansas (the worst thing I've had to deal with is having to use 4-wheel drive to get out of my driveway for a day or so), but the folks in the Eastern half of the state are having a horrible time.
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Hope the flooding stays away from you!
Thanks. Fortunately, I'm in the mountains of Western Arkansas (the worst thing I've had to deal with is having to use 4-wheel drive to get out of my driveway for a day or so), but the folks in the Eastern half of the state are having a horrible time.
Glad you are unaffected Paul!

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Very nice photos, #1 and #5 are very pretty.
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