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Tom Farrell 20h
Eastern Bluebird (male) at Chippewa Run Natural Area near . I didn't expect to see Bluebirds so far north in October, but the flock could be resident to the area.
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Neale Smith Nov 26
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Wildlife of the Day Nov 30
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Jim Pottkotter Nov 29
When the sun is within a couple of hours setting, I get progressively excited. Those are the famed golden hours when the light softens. If I do see something special, there is a chance I'll get a good shot. That's how I got this Red-bellied Woodpecker.
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Damilice Photography Nov 28
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New Zealand wildlife pics Nov 29
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Vee Nabong Nov 29
Looked out my window yesterday morning and saw this American Kestrel keeps going back to the same perch as it flies down for a prey. Yep that same look again! πŸ‘€
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Simon Stobart Nov 29
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Wildlife of the Day Nov 26
Eastern grey squirrel. (Photo courtesy of Jen Radwan)
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Brian Sloan Nov 27
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Joan Carroll Nov 30
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Today's Bald Eagle 19h
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Daniel Riddle Nov 29
This one lone Bull Elk was the only one in the area and was surprisingly calm. I approached roughly 20ft away and laid in the golden grass and captured this priceless look he gave me.
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Rachel πŸ¦‰πŸͺΆ Nov 30
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subtraho Nov 30
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field archive Nov 27
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Carol Gordon Nov 30
Happy Monday! A napping Wood Duck seems like a good place to start the week. Because Wood Duck.
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Kelly Flanagan Wildlife Photos Nov 26
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ACT Wildlife Volunteers Nov 27
Look at this fantastic shot of a flying fox mother and pup in flight by Carol Harvey. Hold on, little one!
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Vee Nabong Nov 28
I finally saw the Barred Owl framed by the beautiful yellow Fall foliage in Riverside Drive & 115th st. It does have the small black streak on its beak
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