Active Wildlife Morning In Western Kentucky

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2 Responses to Active Wildlife Morning In Western Kentucky

  1. Nice shots of the muskrat! My brother used to trap them and sell the pelts to a local furrier, so I grew up with muskrat pelts all around me but rarely ever saw a live one.
    It looks like the eagles are getting busier!

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      I did the same as your brother in my teens. This was the second one this year I caught out in the open in good light. The eagles in the dead tree started sitting eggs today so the action will slow down except for when they swap out at the nest to take there turn sitting on the eggs…

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