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Old May 31, 2011, 6:49 AM   #1
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Default A few pics from the outdoors

Well here are a few pictures to share to keep in touch while I have suddenly got real busy.

The mice are in our park out house.
The hawk is perching 50 ft up in a tree over a pond.
The swan had just charged me from across a small lake to claim its territory (all caught on video).
The blue bird has a nest attached to out nature center.
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Old May 31, 2011, 2:00 PM   #2
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Very nice series of shots. Like the Blue bird the best.

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Great series Chris!! I love #2 and #4
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These are all very interesting nature shots, Chris! The mice are sooo cute! Great capture of the bluebird and the hawk. The butterfly is a beautiful shot.
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Really nice series of shots Chris - you did really well to get some of these, look like you had your work cut out for you.
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Thanks again for the kudos.

Lets see what this summer has to offer for wild life.

I missed a close up of a pilated woodpecker and a family of turkeys with their small young as I can't really carry my camera around on park foot patrol as the public will think I am having fun and not working.
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Nice shots Chris. Gotta think of ways to disguise your camera
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