Early Morning Captures

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6 Responses to Early Morning Captures

  1. That’s kind of a wonky looking deer.
    Welcome back!

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      Yes, it is a wonky rack. Will be going to pick up the grandkids for a week tomorrow so probably won’t have time to get out for a week…

  2. Jerry says:

    YAHOO YOU ARE BACK!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Jim says:

      Jerry,
      Thank You. Have not stopped. For the time being will not post every day. Will be enjoying a couple of grandkids visiting for the next week. Don’t think I will have much time to photograph. Maybe early in the mornings…

  3. Ellen Bunnell says:

    Nice pix all around. Wondering, crazy one antlered deer, does it have a bad leg too?
    Loved the falcon, seems to have multiple expressions, how do they do that?
    Enjoy your coming break and time with the Grands.

    • Jim says:

      Ellen Bunnell,
      It did look like one leg was swollen in a spot. May have have been hit by a car and recovered. Might be the reason for the odd rack. I always enjoy when a bird flies by and give me a look over. Was hoping to get to see young falcons fledge and learn how to catch bird from the adults. I am afraid that may not happen this year. Have not seen the adult female in a shot that I could confirm in about a month and a half. The browner falcon looks like an immature female that has been around for that same period of time. The male landed on her back so sure it is not a young one from this year. Here is hoping that they were still able to hatch out some young. Last year it was the last week of June before the young fledged. Their scrape where they raise young is an unviewable location on the dam so time will tell…

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