In A Western Kentucky Swamp

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4 Responses to In A Western Kentucky Swamp

  1. There’s a lot going on in that swamp!
    Nice shots! It’s nice to see the cedar waxwings again.

  2. Ellen Bunnell says:

    I used to see Waxwings here, but it seems that I don’t get them anymore. Always one of my favorites with their very unique ‘waxy’ look. Have enjoyed the variety of animals you’ve seen/photographed the last few days. I have rabbits and squirrels, of course, here in the city, and even an occasional groundhog, (or maybe it’s a muskrat, only in the next yard too far to see close) makes it’s way up from the creek areas, but that’s about it. Sure do enjoy the muskrat photos, but the minks always take the prize as they seem to love Crawdads and catch the biggest ones. Great pix, as usual.

    • Jim says:

      Ellen Bunnell,
      The waxwings I see on and off all year. Glad you enjoy the mix I have been fortunate to see lately. The mink work hard now carrying food to their young. Thank You…

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