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Old Nov 15, 2007, 1:46 PM   #1
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we don't get much here but here's some. i don't think you want to take any of this home..
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Old Nov 15, 2007, 1:48 PM   #3
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Why is it that poison oak has such great colors in the autumn? The last shot of the birds is a fun shot, I like it.
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Old Nov 15, 2007, 6:39 PM   #5
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H, i know what you mean. it's quite beautiful even tho you know what it is.. it's all over a couple of trees around the pond. to tell the truth, i start scratching just looking at it..

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H, i know what you mean. it's quite beautiful even tho you know what it is.. it's all over a couple of trees around the pond. to tell the truth, i start scratching just looking at it..

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You mean you are not going to pull it off the trees? If you were, I'd think you forgot to duck when those White Pelicans came over! :lol:
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I'd think you forgot to duck when those White Pelicans came over! :lol:
P, it's happened before!! unfortunately, ducking, does not work....:lol:
the cormorants are the worst

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I'm lucky in that I don't really react to the stuff. But I also don't go around touching it or anything. I don't think about it much since I moved up here - it doesn't like high altitudes, I think it stays below 5,000 feet.
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I'd think you forgot to duck when those White Pelicans came over! :lol:
P, it's happened before!! unfortunately, ducking, does not work....:lol:
the cormorants are the worst

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My vote is a Great Blue Heron. Right on top of my baldinghead in a San Diego Zoo aviary during a class field trip.:shock: The students looked horrifiedand didn't know how to react until I laughed. :lol:
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Old Nov 16, 2007, 2:54 PM   #10
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P, i was hit in the shoulder...down my back.
i remember a few years ago we were at an outdoor acoustics jam and the player/singer got hit by a grackle on the the left cheek and down the front of his shirt. he looked, shook his head and never missed a beat. dedication , i guess..

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