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    This one is for Wendy

    Wendy said she likes bird pictures. That's all the opening I need.









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    Nice photos. Is that first one a wood duck? Amazing plumage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beezerchris View Post
    Nice photos. Is that first one a wood duck? Amazing plumage.
    Yep, that's what it is, they almost don't look real, I've seen a lot of them this spring. Here are some more pics for grins and giggles. The first is a young Great Horned Owl.












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    That duck looks a little like Trump from the side.

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    What's cool about this photo is you can tell it came in on an angle with the left wing touching down first....and after leveling out the right wing skims.... aeronautics at its finest....!Name:  FB_IMG_1446960296036.jpg
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    Amazing pictures. thanks for posting.
    Should have had my camera the other day when I was out fishing. motored into a cove and flushed one of our resident bald eagles from fairly close up. He was carrying about a 14" bass and stayed around the cove in various trees for a few minutes. Later, he chased off an osprey that trespassed in "his cove".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mac23 View Post
    Amazing pictures. thanks for posting.
    Should have had my camera the other day when I was out fishing. motored into a cove and flushed one of our resident bald eagles from fairly close up. He was carrying about a 14" bass and stayed around the cove in various trees for a few minutes. Later, he chased off an osprey that trespassed in "his cove".
    I saw a bald eagle steal a fish from an Osprey in mid-air.
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    Thank you! Those are all some wonderful bird pictures. My favorite is the great horned owl.
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    A couple nights a week a great horned owl camps out in the elm tree in our back yard. He'll give an occasional hoot then go whack a rabbit, dove, etc. He often leave owl dung & critter parts on the roof. He has a wingspan of nearly 4'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bearcat6 View Post
    ..... The first is a young Great Horned Owl.
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    Fab pictures, thanks for sharing.

    This one seems to be saying, "Hoo(t) are you? Stay outta my hood!"

    Keep'em coming.👍👍👍

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