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Posted - 03/16/2010 :  12:01:35 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
LOL! "Still Life"?

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Engine Wiper

Posted - 03/17/2010 :  2:51:35 PM  Show Profile  Visit rickb326's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Here's one I took back in November when we went to the grand canyon.

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Posted - 03/18/2010 :  09:20:20 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
It's March in Mid Michigan and yes, the Robins are back!

Hey Baby!! Where ya been all winter?


Yeee haw!


Karl Scribner
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The Spartan Line

Edited by - k9wrangler on 03/18/2010 09:21:06 AM

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Posted - 04/07/2010 :  2:19:58 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
A little wildlife caught in Key West, Florida this past March. Enjoy.

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Posted - 04/23/2010 :  2:18:49 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
For any of you who have marveled at the hummingbird PBS did a great job putting this together!

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Posted - 05/02/2010 :  7:29:16 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I caught this guy sitting on the top of a dead tree in the Occoquan Reservoir, about 5 minutes from my son's house in northern Virginia.

There were two males consistently hanging around, so I imagine that there are mating pairs in the area.


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Posted - 05/20/2010 :  09:05:31 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Our son's rooster - Milford, Michigan.


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Posted - 05/20/2010 :  09:07:52 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Bruce, nice shoot of the rooster.
Maybe he can be the official RR-Line Good Morning thread alarm clock and get the crew up in time for chow and work.

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Posted - 05/21/2010 :  08:42:20 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks, Rick. That rooster's motto seemed to be "crow early and often".

This large moth was on the side of my son's barn. Even with the damage you see on one wing, it was able to continue on its way soon after I took the photo.


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Posted - 05/21/2010 :  4:46:54 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Superb shot, Bruce.

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Posted - 05/21/2010 :  11:02:22 PM  Show Profile  Send lemkerailroad1 a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Originally posted by Dutchman

Our son's rooster - Milford, Michigan.

wow, looks like hes a good rent a cop ....lol

were praticaly neighbors, im in ypsilanti


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Posted - 05/25/2010 :  11:48:37 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Here are a few pictures of backyard visitors this past week. We have not had Orioles before so these were quite a treat. The woodpecker has been chowing down on the nut and fruit feeder. We would put out an orange cut in half and with in a hour the Orioles would have the insides eaten out. Pretty expensive feed at 50 to 80 cents each. They even tried out the hummer feeder.

Thanks for looking, Tom

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Posted - 06/03/2010 :  09:32:47 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
This picture was sent to me by a friend. It was taken in northern New Hampshire. The five cubs are from one litter (?) which I understand is very rare.


"there's something happening here, what it is ain't exactly clear"

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Posted - 06/03/2010 :  10:50:32 AM  Show Profile  Visit LVN's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Wow. Now that is quite a family

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Posted - 06/03/2010 :  11:06:51 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Moma bear looks really tired - gee I wonder why?

Chuck Faist
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Enjoy yourself it is later than you think!

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