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By: yalitldevl (offline) on Friday, June 25 2010 @ 09:00 PM EDT  
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four more, they are...

a cute little fawn and his pointy behind Titter

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the next 2 are of baby ruff-necked grouse I was watching, man they were cute!

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and a oldish looking female with a really young fawn that I got this afternoon

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By: edkeagle (offline) on Saturday, June 26 2010 @ 02:41 AM EDT  
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Hi Lori: Nice photo of the Waxwing. The photo of the fawn with its reflection in the lake is a keeper, and how can you not smile after viewing the picture of the fawn and its mom. Well done! P.S.: Can I ship some rabbits your way?


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By: yalitldevl (offline) on Saturday, June 26 2010 @ 01:10 PM EDT  
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awww thanks Ed it's nice to have you enjoy some of my pics, quite the switch huh? Sure my friend, ship away!! Green LOL


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By: Anonymous: Birdsie () on Monday, June 28 2010 @ 04:57 PM EDT  
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Beautiful eagle and flicker photos, Ed!
And I love all bunny and fawn photos! Lovely portrait of Ma and fawn, Lori, and I LOVE Cedar Waxwings!

Pat, since you mentioned loving deer so much--have a look at this family that regularly came to our garden last year. My neighbor has an apple tree with tons of fallen apples--I pick them up and bring them back to my garden for these lovely deer.

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By: yalitldevl (offline) on Tuesday, June 29 2010 @ 11:09 AM EDT  
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awww Pat me too with mother and fawn! I rarely have a day where I don't see at least 'a' deer but getting them with their fawns not so much, a couple times a week maybe. The deer I seen yesterday surely had one but she had it hidden somewhere and I never disturb the wildlife so I waited but nope! Wowie we're doing the same thing how cool is that? Mind you, you are much more organized it sounds than I. I just ID them and in the file they go, I'm at 81 birds with a possible ID to do. It's a great hobby and learning experience isn't it? I loved your rabbit, hog and sweet squirrel! Before I forget again, that shot of your raccoon up in the tree was to die for! I must dig mine up to show you sometime.

Birdsie I loved the video and I commented there and subscribed I think. She sure is thin but I guess twins can do that to a girl....hehe. I also got the Bohemian Waxwings I'll see if I can't find it for you also. Those Cedar Waxwings are everywhere right now! Great job on your video!


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By: eiguoc (offline) on Tuesday, June 29 2010 @ 03:22 PM EDT  
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Birdsie, Love them.In Morningside park, there are areas where there are apple trees, well, last fall & winter no apples, All the blossoms got blown off the trees so very few apples grew for the deer. Then you get people coming to pick them, not really edible for humans I don't think. I was so worried. This year I hope they have apples. I noticed that cedar waxwings will congragate by numbers in one tree. This morning, I stopped counting after 20


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By: Anonymous: Birdsie () on Tuesday, June 29 2010 @ 03:45 PM EDT  
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Hi Pat--
We were once driving in Yosemite National Park and we noticed a big pile up of cars off to the side--which usually means people have spotted a wild animal.

Sure enough, there were dozens of deer and they were eating all the apples they could reach on trees and on the ground. They were standing on their hind feet to reach them!

It was an old apple orchard--probably 80 years old--and every year the deer come to feast on them. It was quite a sight--exciting! Deer seem to really like apples!





       
   
By: yalitldevl (offline) on Wednesday, June 30 2010 @ 01:00 PM EDT  
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Hi Pat and Birdsie wave

Took me a little while but I did find my sweet raccoon up a tree and the Bohemian Waxings. I'm tossing in a couple I really liked getting for good measure Titter

the wee 'coon first

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this isn't great Birdsie but it's the only one I got of them

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a lovely Northern flicker

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and a pair of Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers that I can't find again :blink:

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