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Old 02-05-2017, 12:04 AM   #51
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NO It's got to be Big foot!
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Chickadee??
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I bet that's it now that you say it.
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Chickadee??
That is what I figured once I saw the third pic. My guess is that it perched on the game cam to check it out. Not sure, but it sure seems close to the camera.

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I bet that's it now that you say it.
Now it seems perfectly logical...you are probably wondering why you didn't see it the first time.
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That's definitely a chickadee hanging right on the front of the camera.
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That's definitely a chickadee hanging right on the front of the camera.
By the time I saw the third pic, I was convinced too.

Do you think it was checking out the game cam? Why else would it perch there?
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By the time I saw the third pic, I was convinced too.

Do you think it was checking out the game cam? Why else would it perch there?
Sure looks like a chickadee. Curious little fellas, they are. He probably just wanted to check the camera out. I just saw you fox and bobcat pics, too. Awesome!!!
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Sure looks like a chickadee. Curious little fellas, they are. He probably just wanted to check the camera out. I just saw you fox and bobcat pics, too. Awesome!!!
Thanks. They were awesome to see on our end too. The first shot I saw of the bobcat was just it's bobbed tail. It was fun sorting through more batches of pics after that to verify my suspicions and see more shots.

Much later, I think I caught the tail-end of a porcupine--still not full shot of him though.

I was thinking that the chickadees was the only curious animal picked up,but I vaguely remember a close up of a deer that seemed to be looking towards the camera.
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Sure looks like a chickadee. Curious little fellas, they are. He probably just wanted to check the camera out. I just saw you fox and bobcat pics, too. Awesome!!!
A friend of mine was walking in the woods on a cool winter day. He stopped for a moment to take in the scenery when he felt a bird land on his hat. Amused, he decided to stand still for a while to see what the bird would do.

The bird walked out to the front of the bill, grasped the front edge of the cap's bill, and slowly began to lean forward until it was upside down. And so my friend found himself eyeball to eyeball with a curious chickadee!
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A friend of mine was walking in the woods on a cool winter day. He stopped for a moment to take in the scenery when he felt a bird land on his hat. Amused, he decided to stand still for a while to see what the bird would do.

The bird walked out to the front of the bill, grasped the front edge of the cap's bill, and slowly began to lean forward until it was upside down. And so my friend found himself eyeball to eyeball with a curious chickadee!
Great story. I would love to have experienced that.

Perhaps I should start wearing a hat!
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