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Jan 11, 2019 17:11:08   #
DNW
 
Got him roaming around our yard. Used...Nikon D7000 55-300 VR lens. Need to work on clarity. lol
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Jan 11, 2019 17:13:43   #
Longshadow (a regular here)
 
Neat.

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Jan 11, 2019 17:14:14   #
photophile (a regular here)
 
DNW wrote:
Got him roaming around our yard. Used...Nikon D7000 55-300 VR lens. Need to work on clarity. lol



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Jan 11, 2019 17:22:58   #
napabob (a regular here)
 
good catch, I've seen them in person but never got a shot

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Jan 11, 2019 17:26:35   #
Don Craig
 
Nice healthy looking animal.

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Jan 11, 2019 18:22:58   #
UTMike (a regular here)
 
Good action set!

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Jan 11, 2019 18:28:46   #
kpmac (a regular here)
 
Nice series.

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Jan 11, 2019 19:35:14   #
Retired CPO (a regular here)
 
Nice photos.

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Jan 12, 2019 06:32:31   #
J-SPEIGHT (a regular here)
 
DNW wrote:
Got him roaming around our yard. Used...Nikon D7000 55-300 VR lens. Need to work on clarity. lol


Nice set.

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Jan 12, 2019 08:55:59   #
Swamp-Cork (a regular here)
 
Excellent set and appears that it spotted you in image number three!

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Jan 12, 2019 09:32:29   #
DNW
 
Swamp-Cork wrote:
Excellent set and appears that it spotted you in image number three!


Yea...I yelled at him so he would look at me and I could take the picture!

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Jan 12, 2019 13:31:11   #
bnsf
 
What not chasing Road Runner?

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Jan 12, 2019 13:38:37   #
DNW
 
bnsf wrote:
What not chasing Road Runner?


Road runners' in Iowa? I haven't seen any. lol...good one.

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Jan 12, 2019 16:24:20   #
JCam
 
How is the local cat, racoon, groundhog, squirrel, & small dog, etc. population holding up? One year in Andover, MA we had a pair of coyotes that sometimes used our back yard as a route to/from the conservation land. I presume they were living to the neighborhood generally in the early morning and looking for breakfast. It was quite a sight in a not especially rural town. We saw him/her several times in the early spring, but only in that one year, and we had no problems that year with small predators such as raccoons, squirrels and woodchucks raiding the garden. Our house lot backed up to the conservation area so seeing wild critters deer 7 fox wasn't unusual; a mother bear and cubs, raiding the bird feeders (once) was unusual.

Our daughter, about eight or nine years old then, saw it first on that initial sighting; her first reaction was "What is that!?"

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Jan 12, 2019 16:32:26   #
DNW
 
JCam wrote:
How is the local cat, racoon, groundhog, squirrel, & small dog, etc. population holding up? One year in Andover, MA we had a pair of coyotes that sometimes used our back yard as a route to/from the conservation land. I presume they were living to the neighborhood generally in the early morning and looking for breakfast. It was quite a sight in a not especially rural town. We saw him/her several times in the early spring, but only in that one year, and we had no problems that year with small predators such as raccoons, squirrels and woodchucks raiding the garden. Our house lot backed up to the conservation area so seeing wild critters deer 7 fox wasn't unusual; a mother bear and cubs, raiding the bird feeders (once) was unusual.

Our daughter, about eight or nine years old then, saw it first on that initial sighting; her first reaction was "What is that!?"
How is the local cat, racoon, groundhog, squirrel,... (show quote)


lol on your daughter's reaction. We have all that too in the animal department except the bears. Iowa isn't too familiar with bears...they say we get some up north...but it's rare.

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