Saturday, October 21, 2017

Wildlife

Oriole In It’s Next

May 13, 2014 Photography Adventures
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I was finally able to get a picture of an oriole at its nest high in the top of a tree. I’m not sure, but it looks like a baby’s head poking out. I had to use a 560mm zoom lens to get a picture of the little bugger.

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Sandhill Cranes On The Mahnomen Trail

April 30, 2012 Photography Adventures
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Getting that once in a lifetime wildlife Kodak moment photo, isn’t as easy as it seems. For some reason I just don’t think the phrase, “Can you just sit still while I adjust my camera,” is something they understand, or even care about. I drive-by Sandhill Cranes all of the time, but as soon as […]

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Peek-A-Boo! I See You Little Deer

April 25, 2012 Hiking
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Hiking the Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge is something that I thoroughly enjoy; being in the outdoors is a passion for me. I always bring my camera with a telephoto lens, thinking that someday I’ll get that “Ansel Adams” wildlife photo or scenery shot. Hiking the trail this week I spotted two deer grazing in a […]

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Is That A Chocolate Easter Bunny?!!

April 7, 2012 Photography Adventures
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Rummaging through some of my photo’s I had taken last year, I came across this one of Samson having a stare down with a rabbit. Chasing rabbits and squirrels are high on his priority list, but at 12 years old he doesn’t really have a chance. I want to tell him that he would have […]

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Sandhill Cranes

April 28, 2011 Hiking
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The other day while I was walking my dog in the refuge, we ran into two Sandhill Cranes. They were doing some kind of dance, I wasn’t sure if it because we were there or it was a mating ritual. It sure was cool to see, however, they did walk away after awhile, I guess […]

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