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Old Nov 26, 2017, 8:36 PM   #1
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Default Almost hit this guy in the road today.

She was flopping around on the country highway. At first I thought it was hurt, flopping around on the road, but I think it was just eating roadkill. Unusual place to find one--I wasn't very close to the river where they're actually relatively common.

Not that sharp--I didn't have much time to check settings or anything as it flew away and there was a car coming.

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Considering the situation, I'd say that you did quite well.

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Old Dec 2, 2017, 12:20 AM   #3
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Considering the situation, I'd say that you did quite well.

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Thanks Zig. I just happened to have my bag sitting on the Passenger seat with the zoom still on it. Lucky, haha. We've had a lot of Eagles move back in in the past few years but I never thought I'd almost hit one with my car.
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