Monthly Archives: November 2017

Eagles And A Grandson

Got out for a short time yesterday morning. Only one juvenile eagle spotted at the river. It landed on a mooring cell. Searched the water for an hour or so then flew off for the lake. I followed and went … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Morning Hunting Results

I got out early and hunted Thanksgiving morning. Using a camera instead of a gun. A nice way to continue my personal holiday tradition…. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . … Continue reading

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The Blessings Of Thanksgiving

This morning I am thinking about the blessings of Thanksgiving. As one who spends a large part of each day alone. That is alone except for the wildlife I so enjoy observing and learning about. It will be yet another … Continue reading

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Spurts Of Activity

Many hours of calm waiting interrupted by spurts of activity. That is how I am spending a lot of my time now. Attempting to be in the right position when a fish surfaces bringing eagles from far away perches back … Continue reading

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Sunday Captures

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Today’s Flashback Photo ” Cedar Waxwing “

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