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Discussion in 'Traditional Muzzleloader Hunting' started by Britsmoothy, Jun 25, 2019.
WOW! I love em keep em coming!!
This guy walked thru my job site
the other day..... lookin' for love.
hope y'all don't mind but thought i'd share a few of mine with you
Love these little guys.
Looked out the balcony this morning and there they were; "What's For Breakfast?!"
What is that hawk please?
I belive it to be a Prairie Falcon. He has been hunting along the fence here in Carson City for a couple months now...
Seems to be missing the stripe from the corner of the mouth down.
I'd say a Swainson's hawk if it weren't for that bib on its chest, sooooo........Broad-winged hawk.
Ex was a birder and I'll be damned if I'll ask her.
I wasn't on the forum much this summer and completely missed this thread until it popped up recently. Finally went through it today. Some amazing photos by many, but Brits...all those butterfly pictures are incredible. Amazing clarity and detail. Thanks for starting this thread!
Here's some effective camo! A barred owl in a birch tree in winter. I photographed this near my home.
I think your right; Broad Winged Hawk!
Its certainly not a Swanson's due to the chest, my book dont have a Broad Winged but a quick Google seems to say that's it! - I will name him "Fred"
This woodpecker shows up everyday for some suet and bugs from the dead stump. Everybody loves seeing him.
I was having lunch when I looked up to see where the "screaming" was coming. There were two Bald Eagles sitting no more than 15 ft. above my head. So I shot him (with a camera). you could here the wind in his wings.
Pileated's are my favorite type of woodpecker. Their loud call is so distinctive as is the way they fly.
Come on Ames, take one for the team...lol
Great pics Guys keep em’ coming.
Excellent shots guys
I keep my shutter on fast fire, continuos.
I then have to sift through the stills for the best shot but one or two will have no shake blurring them.
I also have my cameras on aperture priority and a wide open setting so I get good light and a fast shutter.
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