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Old Oct 6, 2011, 4:52 PM   #11
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I'm just catching up after a prolonged absence and I'm glad I didn't miss these. They are certainly spectacular! Well done!
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Nice photos, Fred!



We have black bears from time to time in the suburbs of DC. As for other large animals (such as deer), they really don't have predators other than automobiles.

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Ted: besides the bears, it is possible that the biggest predators in D.C. are often found on two legs roaming around government buildings. LOL
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Ted: besides the bears, it is possible that the biggest predators in D.C. are often found on two legs roaming around government buildings. LOL
Those aren't predators, Steve. They're parasites.
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