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Staff 09-16-2010 10:09 AM

Pick the best feathered friend or foe
 
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It's up to you picking the winner of WG's Feathered Friends & Foes Contest. :tease

We've narrowed down the selection to five photographs.

Photographs appear in the order originally submitted. Voting is anonymous. Voting will run for five days. A tie will be broken by WG Admin.

1. Hummingbird

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2. Heron

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3. Hawk

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4. Osprey

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5. Grouse

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hazelnut 09-16-2010 01:14 PM

Oh my! So hard to choose.

I vote for grouse. There was an involuntary gasp when I opened the photo. What a great picture and what a beautiful bird!

havalotta 09-16-2010 02:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Staff (Post 77837)
It's up to you closing out this contest. :twothumbsup

I thought you were literally talking to me until I noticed the link.
Whew! I was just going to say OK.... I win!:tease

Hazelnut....I think you need to check one off IN the poll area ABOVE for it to count...
Good luck to all the finalists...
I had a great time in the search.:smileyclap

Sage 09-16-2010 04:38 PM

The grouse is gorgeous but the osprey were in action!

BooBooBearBecky 09-16-2010 09:08 PM

Great finalist photos for the Feathered Friends & Foe contest. I like them all!!!

I voted for the ??? (well it's anonymous!) Now how cool is that! :) We ALL get to put our 2 cents in for the winner of this contest.

JulieRaeJ 09-16-2010 09:24 PM

Hard to choose-they are all great photos! Thanks to all contributors.

Equilibrium 09-16-2010 11:48 PM

The hawk was calling me to pick it but then there was that hummingbird photo that's the best I've ever seen of a hummingbird in my life. Decisions decisions. I'm one of those people dragging road kill off the side of the road so vultures don't get whacked by cars so those raptor eye balls staring me down from that hawk photo melted me. It sorta spoke to me on an emotional level so I picked it.

Sage 09-16-2010 11:51 PM

Oh, thank you, thank you! It's not often you see a hawk chowing down on a deer! :)

Equilibrium 09-17-2010 12:06 AM

We don't hardly ever see anything chowing down on dead anything. The road crews are quick to pick it up. Every once in a while I beat em to the punch and can haul something off the road and way over. If you can get it sorta half on private land with only a little bit in the right of way.... the village employees drive right by it leaving it for the official clean up crew. Nice photo.... gives us a glimpse into the natural world.

NEWisc 09-17-2010 10:49 AM

All are remarkable photos! I don't know what it is exactly, but I feel drawn in to each bird's experience. Perhaps it's the eyes that create that intensity that I feel in their expressions. Whatever it is, it's there.

There were a lot of great photo's in that thread!


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