A Few From This Past Saturday

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  1. WildBill

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    A view of the strange things I found Saturday:
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    Thanks For Looking,

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    Nice work. I really like 3 as it is a flying shot and I bet they were moving fast. Its a guess but I would say they are Merganzers.

    Eric
     
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    The sunset shot is my favorite but I think you need to level out the horizon
     
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    I love the sunset and the Turkey. Eric all the time I have spent training you on the ins and outs of Ornithology and you spell Merganser wrong.:er:
     
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    AIRIC, lostprophet, and Canoncan, Thanks for the kind comments.

    AIRIC, There was about 25 of them hiding from a hawk (which I didn't know at the time) at this marsh, I only saw 2 at first and when I got out of the van they spooked and were everywhere then the hawk flew up from his hiding spot and spooked me too.

    lostprophet, I never noticed it till you said so. :oops:

    Canoncan, This is the first "Tom" I have seen, many females but no "toms", there was two in this bunch about 20 or so all together, almost ran them over, came around the bend and wall to Wall wild turkeys.:lmao:

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    nice shooting Bill, I like the first shot of the wild turkey, good find!
     
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    Bill,
    Good stuff!
    #5 looks familiar, was it taken after crossing the bridge to LBI?

    Bill
     
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    Great set Bill. The last two are good, but I think I like the birds better, the Tom being my fav. Keep up the good work.
     
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    Nice photographs ! Love the beard on that Turkey.
     
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    :thumbup: WildBill your photos are great:)
     
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    great captures bill, love that big tom and the pheasant... :thumbup:
     

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