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DoubleDutch said:
What a lovely way to start my morning! Goose mama on the canal is a beautiful photo Double Dutch.
 

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Elkwatcher said:
What a lovely way to start my morning! Goose mama on the canal is a beautiful photo Double Dutch.
Thanks : It is a duck mama hahaha with tiny ducklings. Think it was their first swim-attempt hahaha. Mother calling and they stayed grouped in the centre hahaha.
 

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Little bird.. big mission!
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Mason bee laying egg
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Yard fungi.. non edible especially the Red Amanita. Puffballs ok though.
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Elkwatcher said:
Yard fungi.. non edible especially the Red Amanita. Puffballs ok though.View attachment 551930
The one with the fuzz looks like a fungus growing on another fungus. Which happens, in case you think I’m joking. Cool.
 

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This is a horrible photo, but in the center you can see my new neighbor. Her nest is located about 15 feet away from my balcony. I am so excited to hopefully see some new baby hummingbirds!
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bitseriously said:
The one with the fuzz looks like a fungus growing on another fungus. Which happens, in case you think I’m joking. Cool.
Exactly!!

LeahsTank said:
This is a horrible photo, but in the center you can see my new neighbor. Her nest is located about 15 feet away from my balcony. I am so excited to hopefully see some new baby hummingbirds!
You're so fortunate to have a nest! :emoji_thumbsup:
 

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Elkwatcher said:
You're so fortunate to have a nest! :emoji_thumbsup:
I know! I don’t even know how I spotted it.
 

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LeahsTank said:
This is a horrible photo, but in the center you can see my new neighbor. Her nest is located about 15 feet away from my balcony. I am so excited to hopefully see some new baby hummingbirds!View attachment 552062
Wait till you see the momma feeding the babies. You'll think her bill is going to go right through them! Weird, yet fascinating. :inpain: :stop:
 

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Was walking around the woods looking for some ferns when I happened upon this happy dude taking in some sun common garter snake.

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Our country is Overgeesed.


Harrier in flight


A spoonbill.

Swans nesting eggs together
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BReefer97 said:
Do you see these a lot in your yard? That’s gorgeous! I typically only see Saw-Whet owls. They’re absolutely tiny though.
They frequently sleep on this branch in our backyard in the daytime. And we hear them hunting at night...hoot-hoo, hoot-hoo! We have the tiny Saw-Whet's too but I've only ever seen one.
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BReefer97 said:
Spring is in the air you guys hahah.
The frogs and toads are very noisy here right now, love the chorus!
 

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Christmas trees in their natural habitat.
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look who i found today! (sorry it's noisy)
 

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It was a very fast shot opportunity, but managed to capture this rabbit in our yard as the dog scared it off.
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Hoot-hoo Hoot-hoo!
 
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