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    Feathered Friends

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ID:	1730987 A Bluejay visited our camp

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ID:	1730988 Then he/she turned his/her back on us. Man! I wish I had the complete tail in the pic!

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ID:	1730989 We took a golf cart ride, which always gets the geese moving

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ID:	1730990 They don't know to stay off the road

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ID:	1730991 Had enough running from the creature with four wheels. Time for a swim.

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ID:	1730993 This one might have been a better pic, if my golf cart driver was a little more cooperative

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ID:	1730994 OK so this one is furry, not feathered

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ID:	1730996 Beautiful colors at sunset

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ID:	1730997 The next morning we found a family of four having breakfast in the cornfield.

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ID:	1730999 One of the adults flew off, and the other young'un was too far away. These two gave us a show.



    Thanks for looking!

    ~Sis
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    to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.


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    Nice pics Sis
    When you come to a fork in the road, take it.

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    When I see the eagles down the meadows it's like the first time seeing them..AWESOME! I know you enjoyed them Sis.

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    Great pics I've built bird houses in my yard no one will move in eeeerrr

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    Thank you for sharing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rook3434 View Post
    Nice pics Sis
    Thank you, rook.
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    13 Greater love has no one than this:
    to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.


    John 15:13



    I admit my level of weirdness is above the national average, but I am comfortable with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by worldtalker View Post
    When I see the eagles down the meadows it's like the first time seeing them..AWESOME! I know you enjoyed them Sis.

    GOD Bless

    Chris
    It actually was the first time for one of the friends we were with. She got the royal treatment seeing all four of them. We all did!
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    13 Greater love has no one than this:
    to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.


    John 15:13



    I admit my level of weirdness is above the national average, but I am comfortable with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A2coins View Post
    Great pics I've built bird houses in my yard no one will move in eeeerrr
    Just keep putting out fresh bird seed. They will find your houses.
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    13 Greater love has no one than this:
    to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.


    John 15:13



    I admit my level of weirdness is above the national average, but I am comfortable with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Professor of Engineering View Post
    Thank you for sharing!
    You are most welcome.
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    13 Greater love has no one than this:
    to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.


    John 15:13



    I admit my level of weirdness is above the national average, but I am comfortable with that.

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    Great pics. I need to set up a feeding station or something. I did see a pair of fledgling black vultures today. I kinda liked them. Does that count?
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    Real nice photos. I always enjoy your posts. Thanks for taking the time to show us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokeythecat View Post
    Great pics. I need to set up a feeding station or something. I did see a pair of fledgling black vultures today. I kinda liked them. Does that count?
    Thanks, smokey. IDK, I think it only counts if you post the pics. They probably wouldn't win any beauty contest, but they have wicked beaks.
    13 Greater love has no one than this:
    to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.


    John 15:13



    I admit my level of weirdness is above the national average, but I am comfortable with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawks88 View Post
    Real nice photos. I always enjoy your posts. Thanks for taking the time to show us.
    Thanks, Hawks. I wish I had a little more time to give to this hobby.
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    13 Greater love has no one than this:
    to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.


    John 15:13



    I admit my level of weirdness is above the national average, but I am comfortable with that.

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    The baldy is the best! When I worked at the Kennedy Space Center, a bunch of vultures were munching on a road kill. A bald eagle landed at the carcass. The vultures all moved out of the way until he had his fill. Their is a rookery near the main drag that has been continually used for more than a hundred years. It is more than 12 feet across.... back in 2007. Nice pics! ╦╦C
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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryC View Post
    The baldy is the best! When I worked at the Kennedy Space Center, a bunch of vultures were munching on a road kill. A bald eagle landed at the carcass. The vultures all moved out of the way until he had his fill. Their is a rookery near the main drag that has been continually used for more than a hundred years. It is more than 12 feet across.... back in 2007. Nice pics! ╦╦C
    Thanks, Terry. I seem to recall you talking about that rookery before. Eagle pics are cool. The eagles are spreading here in Ohio. We have a few reported nearby. We are kind of hoping one finds our location and calls it home, but then again, that would mean they would be feeding on the fish in our pond.
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    13 Greater love has no one than this:
    to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.


    John 15:13



    I admit my level of weirdness is above the national average, but I am comfortable with that.

 

 
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