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JDWebb01

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Some more of my outdoor adventures...
I use a Canon 7D MKII and a Tamron 100-400mm for birds and macro shots, and a Canon 7D with a 17-85mm for wide shots.

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These kids grew up in and around our garden fed on catfood and maybe wintering in our hedgehog house....
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One was hungreier than the other...
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Though mum sometimes got a look in too...

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BlackSkirtTetra said:
I didn’t realize that hedgehogs can eat cat food!
Non-fish catfood is the best food to give them :) The adult can polish off a whole sachet for an adult cat in one 5 minute sitting and then licks the bowl clean! Don't feed them either milk or bread as it makes them really really ill and can be fatal.
 

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Cold&warm said:
Ouch... No more WINNER button.
Wow! Gorgeous pics. IMO we are moving towards the realm of art here ...
Don't tell me one can make these with a smartphone, lest mood sharply drops ... :);):(:)
I agree it is a form of art. With the phones they are making now days and their cameras one may be able to take equivalent photos.
 

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Came across some Bighorn Sheep near Kremmling Colorado today. They were right next to the road headbutting each other. I'll post the video I got of them later.
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Here are a few pictures I have, unfortunately, my phone has the camera quality of a potato (especially from far away).
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species in order top to bottom: monarch butterfly, hummingbird moth, luna moth, milkweed tussock moth caterpillar, and red-tailed hawk.
 

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About three months ago, I startled a Shiras moose (and myself) while fishing for some Yellowstone Cutthroats. Luckily for me, he chose to walk up and away from me rather than get aggressive. I threw in some pics of the trout as well. It's theorized that they've been in this watershed for 5 to 8 million years.
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Fgrefee said:
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Thought you might like to see this little guy who lives in the hedges on my aunt and uncle's property in France.
Isn't that a hedgehog? I've always loved them. I don't think there are any in my neck of the woods (US). I remember them when I was a child in the UK though. I have a toy one though! :)
 
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