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Old 11-23-2013, 07:25 PM   #221
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Next hint besides...... being in the lower half OF the lower half of the left hand side.
ONE of Wildwatchers additions actually TOUCHES IT!!!!!
Even with that, I still missed it!

I opened three different photos that ww had added to...I wish I knew which one to focus in on.

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hava> Er uh…. me thinks you’re a closet sadist!!!
I'm starting to think you might be right.

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It did take some time and a lot of hints but I finally did find the little guy.
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This was very challenging for me to find, your last hint 'ONE of Wildwatchers additions actually TOUCHES IT!!!!!"....finally lead me to the cute little guy.
You too, wildwatcher.

Clear as day! ...once you circled it for me!

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THERE ya go! I knew you had it in you. You're an ole die hard like myself. Never know when to give up. No... that's not it....Your just not a quitter. Once you start something you finish it. I see that in you with the projects you partake in. Good job.
Hmm...I gave up--well, took a break...I finally came back to it today, then, reading through the posts I opened ww's circled one--not sure if I actually quit or not...but now I feel like a quitter! Thanks!
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Old 11-23-2013, 07:28 PM   #222
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This should be easy to find, Attachment 39206probably easier than me trying to get the shot with an plain instamatic, thank goodness the camera has digital zoom! I see these guys all the time, but they are fast, skittish, and often travel in pairs so it is hard to sneak up for a clearer pix.
Very cool! Lucky you to see them all of the time! Just today, I had my first sighting in my own yard. I'm hoping that it becomes a regular occurrence for me as well.

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This other pix,Attachment 39207 is more of a challenge for me at least...ID Waldo for me, cuz I haven't a clue.
It looks like a junco to me.
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I don't think this Waldo is that hard but... maybe it is. Sorry in advance if finding my Nelson Ledges "Waldo" turns into a brain drain!!!
From the time I just invested in it with no luck, I'm guessing it is another brain drain one!

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...#1 was wrong, but I thought I was sure the coontailed squirrel was the winning waldo.

guess #2 grizzly bear! ...

guess #3 prehistoric star fish...
Thanks for the laughs...I love the circled and labeled additions you made...so, I added one of my own:

Where's Waldo Wildlife Game - 2013-lib-s-where-s-waldo.jpg
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We can't have any more brains getting drained out there!!! Waldo is a little chippie with packed cheeks. Nelson Ledges was loaded with chippies. There were hundreds of them. They "followed" us as we walked. They weren't looking for handouts... I got the impression is was more for the sake of curiosity.
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Really sorry.... I don't know how to circle anything. All I know how to do are different colored lines but follow the arrow and you'll see Waldo sitting on a little out cropping of rock watching us while he's enjoying a meal!!!
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Old 11-24-2013, 11:39 AM   #225
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hhahaa nice job dapjwy on the probiscus monkey, I never knew those things have red eyes!~~~till now

Your so fun Equilibrium, the way you spelled out WALDO using nothing but straight lines, totally worth it!

I'm going to guess Waldo was correctly chosen by Havallota...because she was there! Another fun episode faithfully completed.

Next contestant please.

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Hey!!! You were able to read the word "Waldo" so I really didn't do all that bad!!! I don't think hava got it though. I thought she would because we probably ran into 100 at Nelson Ledges. The park was literally crawling with little chippies. I just think chippies are the cutest lil thangs!!!
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I KNEW it had to be a chippie but honestly.....I did NOT find him.
I Loved the various objects both Wildone and dapjwy pointed out. Great guesses one and all but..........
Where's Waldo Wildlife Game - 2013-img_3729.jpg
My white guy was praying up against that wall to the bitter end!
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...those cute little chippies always get my attention.

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We can't have any more brains getting drained out there!!! Waldo is a little chippie with packed cheeks. Nelson Ledges was loaded with chippies. There were hundreds of them. They "followed" us as we walked. They weren't looking for handouts... I got the impression is was more for the sake of curiosity.
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Really sorry.... I don't know how to circle anything. All I know how to do are different colored lines but follow the arrow and you'll see Waldo sitting on a little out cropping of rock watching us while he's enjoying a meal!!!
How cool that they were following you...and nt for a handout.

I'll have to look at the photo again when I'm on the desk top computer...I'm hoping the resolution will be better than wha I'm seeing here on the iThingie...I can't make out a chipmunk even with the arrow.
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Our temperatures yesterday were in the mid-40s yesterday...possibly as high as 52 if you want to rely on the bank's temperature display. Anyway, I spotted an active "Waldo" or two (three actually, but only two are in the photo). I thought it would make a pretty good "Where's Waldo", so here it is:

Where's Waldo Wildlife Game - 2013-dsc06079.jpg
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