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Old 03-10-2013, 08:21 PM   #301
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Okay, that edit didn't work for me...
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Excellent shots. The redtailed hawk is beautiful. I have to wonder when I'd ever get shots like that on our property...a redtailed hawk maybe--I've seen them here...but I'd love to have an owl.

I've seen an eagle soaring above, but would love to see one perched somewhere on our property.
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Beautiful shots everyone. Here are a few from today.
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Beautiful shots everyone. Here are a few from today.
WOW! Amazing shots. I especially love the first one.

That should be a sure fire winner for the POM.
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I so love those shots, Viceroy!
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Viceroy!!!! Either 1 of those photos SHOULD go into the POM!!! They're both awesome!!!
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When we came home Saturday, we noticed a Dove was back and cooing away! This morning, two doves were on a balcony railing near where they nested last spring.
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When we came home Saturday, we noticed a Dove was back and cooing away! This morning, two doves were on a balcony railing near where they nested last spring.
Sounds promising. . Good luck.

Mourning doves?
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Thanks you guys, that little guy was fishing. He would get in the air and nose dive. I had never seen them do this.
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Thanks you guys, that little guy was fishing. He would get in the air and nose dive. I had never seen them do this.
Lucky you to see that...and get great photos.

Lucky us that you shared them with us.
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