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Field Naturalist, Amateur Photographer, General All Well Great Guy.
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593 streak
#1,250
Day 1,250
almost didn't happen
Woke up this morning with my left eye swollen shut. Giant allergy-induced swelling. I hate seasonal allergies. At least they hit...
#373
Day 373
Peek-a-boo
This little guy has been hanging out in front of the office. Dug himself a bunch of of tunnels through the snow n' ice. (As an aside: It's...
#383
Day 383
On Guard
Spent an hour or so out by the feeders this morning. Out of the 300+ pictures taken, this was by far the best. (It felt good to make somethin...
#747
Day 747
Busy Morning at the Feeder
Put out a couple of new feeders (suite and finch). These three didn't want to share. #outdoors #nature #afternoon #saturday...
#776
Day 776
Everybody Loves Coffee
I did it. I got out and shot my squirrel with a coffee mug. #outdoors #nature #afternoon #wood #sunday #little #animal #christm...
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Day 748
Chickadee-dee-dee
With my feeder back up, it's time to shoot so many birds. #outdoors #nature #afternoon #bird #sunday #little #animal #january #wildl...
#812
Day 812
Chipmunk
Sign of Spring: My chipmunks start to come back! #portrait #outdoors #nature #afternoon #wood #monday #little #water #animal #cold #winter #b...
#194
Day 194
Revisiting the Dock
Better, at least I think. Used a tripod this time. It's still missing something... a person maybe? #saturday #lake #evening #sky #...
#413
Day 413
Time for Suet
While I was waiting for a White breasted nuthatch (never showed up... sadly) I did managed to capture this cute little chickadee. #after...
#432
Day 432
Fat Jabba
One of my squirrels is named Fat Jabba. He'll sit on the bird feeder and lord over all the yard. Some days I'll chase him off the feeders, o...
#769
Day 769
Look who's Back!
It took a bit of babying (brushing off the feeder every hour or so, scattering seeds) but my birds eventually came back. Today's tall...
#778
Day 778
Yup, that's some fog.
All day we were in a fog. Both mentally (Tuesday after a long weekend will do that I guess) and literally. #nature #evening #lan...
#833
Day 833
Grackle
Ice and snow caused most of our team to not show today. Even my birds weren't really excited about coming out. #outdoors #nature #afternoon #b...
#832
Day 832
Seeds for the Birds
Weather is still a mess. The four-by-four is stuck behind a snowbank, roads are a hot mess, and the birds don't have much to eat....
#384
Day 384
Waiting for Finch
Still, nice picture. #afternoon #bird #sunday #animal #feeder #january #vertebrate #chickadee #black-capped-chickadee
#572
Day 572
Mable isn't so able
Brother's wedding. Sadly his '41 Dodge was having some issues. His bride got out and did what needed to be done. #saturday #landsc...
#679
Day 679
Red Oak in Tan Water
At the Foot of the Driveway is a small pool. In the spring of the year there is even a small waterfall that flows into it. Maybe...
#859
Day 859
Morning for a Hummingbird
Ruby-throated hummingbird. This little guy just couldn't wait for me to clear out from the bird feeders this morning. He was...
#763
Day 763
Birds of a Feather
Lucky timing on my part. The guy on the left took off shortly after pressing the shutter. #morning #outdoors #nature #bird #birds #...
#898
Day 898
Lake side view
At the end of the hectic day there is nothing quite like watching the sunset on your favorite lake. Today was a good day. #outdoors #na...
#615
Day 615
My Marsh (will... one of 'em)
Driving in from a food run (Chinese tonight!) and stopped to enjoy one of the marshes along the driveway. #fall #outdoor...
#817
Day 817
Foxy Lady or Lady Fox?
Signs of spring: The fox makes herself known. We don't know exactly where she dens, but we do know it's near the main office. L...
#440
Day 440
I'm not using the "S" word.
But it certainly did feel like post-winter. It was nice to see my finches back. In the coming weeks I'm looking forward to...
#551
Day 551
Head Lake, Haliburton
Spent the day at Head Lake talking up the local marketing group. This bridge was later covered in young people jumping off of it...