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  1. Jun 25, 2019 #1

    Britsmoothy

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    .....alive critters I didn't kill!

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    Hope you like them.
    A gun was to hand when I photographed the above but I resisted with all my strength shooting any of them. It was difficult but I came through.
    I have thousands of photos but don't want to swamp this place.

    B.
     
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    Beautiful photos Brit.
     
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    Awesome photos!
     
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    Some days they want to let you know you are in the way and should back the canoe up. 011.JPG
     
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    Great photos Brit, thanks for posting.
     
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    Huh? I thought Britain must be a wildlife desert after your continual forays. :D
     
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    [​IMG]

    Where did you get that neat Canada goose neck lawn ornament? It's neat.;)
     
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    It does well because I pick on the predators with urgency.
     
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    Nice pictures Brit! Did you shoot them with a black powder "canon" camera? LOL
     
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    I too have been hunting often and come home with pics instead of meat.
     
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    Sony afraid.
    Sold the canon DSLR. Prefer a bridge camera and I sometime use a tiny super zoom. Both Sony.
     
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    This little bird is called a chif chaf and he sounds like his name. He arrives in early spring from North Africa and a joy to hear. His cousin the willow warbler looks very similar and sings a lovely song but arrives a month or two later from North Africa.
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    I love these photos!
     
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    Longtailed tit.
    Do you have these in the states? IMG_20190224_150552_353.jpg
     
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    Great photos Brit. Thank you for sharing.
     
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    Fantastic "shooting" there Brit! Thanks for sharing!
     
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    Hi, Brit, we have a tufted titmouse here in Arkansas that is small and friendly with a kind of 'crown' on his head. I don't think his tail is that long, but he's a cutie. Cats eat them all the time.
     
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