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Thursday, June 25th, 2009
9:22 pm
[100ofme]
A Great Blue Heron?
I think this is a Great Blue Heron, but I'm not sure. Seen in Ann Arbor, Michigan

Friday, October 31st, 2008
5:27 pm
[tinybutcuteass]
Photos
Here are some photos I took today!

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Wednesday, October 29th, 2008
9:54 am
[tinybutcuteass]
Photos
Here are some photos I have taken this month!
Please check them out and let me know what you think :)

Chipmunk


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Current Mood: accomplished
Saturday, August 23rd, 2008
2:44 pm
[neitherday]
Bald Cardinal
bald northern cardinal


Current Mood: awake
Wednesday, May 28th, 2008
12:58 pm
[neitherday]
Dragonfly
dragonfly in my garden


Current Mood: chipper
Saturday, May 24th, 2008
8:53 pm
[ekoh]




Although these pictures of caribou/reindeer are not very artistic, I thought I should still share. When traveling the same route through the Yukon two years ago, I did not see a single wild caribou. This time we probably saw as many as 30 - I had to give up trying to photograph them all gracefully by the roadside.

Caribou Crossing (+9)Collapse )
Saturday, October 21st, 2006
7:14 pm
[katscan]
7:08 pm
[katscan]
Vancouver Urban Wildlife
Some not-so-wild urban wildlife





Saturday, October 14th, 2006
10:54 am
[allmyclothesare]
Slllllllloooooooowwwwwwww worm


A concussed slow worm for your pleasure.

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Sorry for the size (it has been an age since I've had to do a cut)

Friday, September 22nd, 2006
9:55 am
[ekoh]
9:53 am
[ekoh]
Wednesday, August 9th, 2006
2:35 pm
[chidder]
Party Animals
When I first began visiting Brooklyn, I'd marvel at the sight of a squirrel in the city. Such a sighting was infrequent at best back in Salt Lake (one of my earliest memories is of the squirrels that scurried up and down the trunk of the huge tree behind my Aunt Polly's house just south of Ninth and Ninth) and always brought with it a sense of wonderment. I was used to seeing them out in the wild, when we'd go fishing or when we'd picnic in one of the nearby canyons; but seeing these furry little creatures, with their hand-like feet and feet-like hands, in the midst of suburbia... well, let's just write it off as my being easily entertained. 

And though their comic antics still captivate me, as I approach my eighth month in the Big City -- where you can't throw a small stone without hitting a large squirrel -- I now recognize these critters for what they are: bushy-tailed rats. 

Not counting the two honest-to-goodness rats that ambled across our path one night as nydeborah and I walked across a plaza in fashionable Park Slope, we have other wildlife in Brooklyn, too. I'm also not talking about the partygoers who came to our block party and filled our street last Saturday with a full day of eating and drinking and laughing with friends new and old. No, I'm talking about the shadowy creature that nydeborah spied walking across the fence in the backyard after the party was over. "There's a possum in the backyard," she called out.

This didn't surprise me. Last October, we'd awakened one chilly morning to find a soaking wet possum hanging upside down from the back fence, where it had caught one of its hind legs between the pickets. It had rained all night, and the poor creature (looking like the proverbial wet rat) had exhausted itself from trying to escape. Still, it had enough life left in it to hiss and snap at me whenever I got close. 

What needed to be done was clear: someone simply had to lift up the possum to free its leg from between the posts where its body weight had trapped it. Another thing was clear, too: I was not the one to do it.

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Current Mood: animalistic
Tuesday, August 8th, 2006
6:17 pm
[fishbigfan]
Does anyone know what kind of bug is this?

Published with Fototagger

I saw it in a cone forest in Russia. It was crossing the road, but it was catched for a brief photo-session and then released :-)

Friday, July 21st, 2006
9:48 am
[ex_grow542]
Meerkats!
Some meerkat pictures. [[Warning: they are big!]]

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Tuesday, July 18th, 2006
3:14 pm
[ex_grow542]
My front yard visitors:


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And my birds...Collapse )
Monday, July 17th, 2006
10:16 pm
[deadpansev]
Goats, and Marmots at Mt. Evans State Park Colorado
Sunday we went to Mt. Evans and had a good time. We took a lot of animal pictures, but not really any scenery pictures since it seems others do that better than we do. So anyways here are some pictures of mountain goats and stuff.
Monday, July 10th, 2006
10:16 pm
[ekoh]




Chiswell Islands, AK.

There are more photos from my Alaska trip in my photo journal, if anyone is interested.
Thursday, July 6th, 2006
2:47 am
[ekoh]
Wednesday, June 28th, 2006
10:09 am
[my_belle_]
One weekend of Wildlife
I took these pictures over a month ago, but this is all wildlife I saw and was able to photograph in one weekend. Included is a mule deer on some BLM land near Lake City, Colorado (looking shabby as it was shedding it's winter coat), a Dark-Eyed Junco also near Lake City, Colorado, a Mountain Bluebird at the Red Bridge Campground near Lake City and a Great Blue Heron at Blue Mesa Reservoir near Gunnison, Colorado. Enjoy. :)

Wildlife through hereCollapse )
Wednesday, June 21st, 2006
4:01 am
[m0053]
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