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Old Apr 4, 2009, 9:52 AM   #11
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Great shots Don, they are hard to find around here, even though there are quite a few of them around.

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Thanks Tom! They are hard to find here too. I know they're around, but we don't see them much, and not usually this easy...cheers...Don
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Lovely series packed with fun. And you nailed the focus right on

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Thanks Daniel! It was comical...cheers...Don
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amazing - nice catch. :O
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Fantastic photos, very funny and cute.
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great stuff, Don... i haven't personally seen a pileated in over 15 years... i keep hearing people saying they saw them, occasionally a friend will tell me about one she saw right outside her kitchen door, but i have not been able to spot one... would love to get some shots of one, though...
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Thanks flutelady and penolta!

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great stuff, Don... i haven't personally seen a pileated in over 15 years... i keep hearing people saying they saw them, occasionally a friend will tell me about one she saw right outside her kitchen door, but i have not been able to spot one... would love to get some shots of one, though...
I know what you mean about being elusive. I maybe only will see one a year, and this might have been it. They're around, but not in the open very often around here...cheers...Don
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Great series Don,
it must have been those fermented bug from last summer...
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