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  • Birds June 29, 2022

    Fists of Fury

    I do have captures of the entire eagle as it is “perched”, but the normal “perched” shots are a plenty, so I’m picking and choosing my shots based upon activity

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  • Birds June 18, 2022

    Through the Trees

    We were out paddling with the kids and I saw this young eagle perched low through a small opening in the trees. This was with taken with the 300mm Nikon

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  • Birds May 28, 2022


    Look at the little yellow marshmallow peep! Actually, I was tossed up between a type of yellow or gold finch or a canary. However, after quite a bit of looking,

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  • Birds February 20, 2022


    This barred owl had a great spot out of the frigid wind and was just basking in the warm winter sunshine. BTW – the epitome of Seldom – I haven’t

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  • Birds September 20, 2021

    Manitowish River Eagle

    We did an epic 7 hour fishing expedition on the Manitowish River – the 2nd half of the river we didn’t have much luck, but this giant flew not far

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  • Birds August 11, 2021

    Wings in Motion

    This shot was a result of a slow shutter speed and mistaken settings that just happened to work out for the better. I’m still waiting for the super clean shot

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  • Birds July 5, 2021

    Sunset Loon (w/ babies)

    These were heading towards are neck of the lake last night just before sunset. Couldn’t get much detail because of the position of the sun, but I actually like the

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  • Birds, Northwoods July 5, 2021

    Cooper’s Hawk

    Yeah, I’ve posted these guys a couple of times before, but I have yet to catch one in flight with open wings until yesterday. Always a challenge to get a

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  • Birds, Mercer, Northwoods July 3, 2021

    Turf War Series

    This morning a wayward pair of loons stopped by the lake and the current residents were not too happy about it. Victory was had and the “intruder(s)” took off.

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