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Old May 6, 2007, 4:31 PM   #1
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Waiting for the sun

I went out to the lake by the cliffs to see if I could find a Turkey / Vulture / Buzzard. I found this guy waiting for the sun to get to his tree.



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I went back to the camera wagon to wait on the sun after about 30 minutes I notice he moved about 30 yards to another snag that the sun was hitting.





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Old May 6, 2007, 11:33 PM   #2
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Great shot, that tree and sky is beautiful, pity about the bird. :lol:
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Roger, great shots, I'm always amazed at the wildlife you've got in your neighborhood. And the way you seem to spot them so easily.

Thanks for sharing them - Ronny
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I really like the last one Roger.

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Great shot, that tree and sky is beautiful, pity about the bird. :lol:
Thanks Rodney for the smile comment and for looking.

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rhermans wrote:
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Roger, great shots, I'm always amazed at the wildlife you've got in your neighborhood. And the way you seem to spot them so easily.

Thanks for sharing them - Ronny
Hi Ronny, After spending most of my time for close to 60 years in the woods I have learned how to find wildlife pretty good. A lot of practice I am sure has made it easier. Thanks for the kind comment and for taking the time to look.

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I really like the last one Roger.

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Thanks Tom for the nice comment and for taking the time to look.

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