Not a Bird!!!!!

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  1. ClarkKent

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    Here is one from yesterdays trip also. There are about 8 wolves at our zoo here but some of them have to be seperated due to aggresion problems. We showed up just as they were feeding them so they were a little more active than usual. Thanks for looking.

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    Such a lonely little critter down here!
     
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    Very nice. Good dof. The lighting seemed to be at a good time of day. Good job. Thanks for sharing....
     
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    Great shot !
     
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    Thanks for the comments. Yes, the lighting situation was tough and there is some post processing here to compensate for that. I just wish that I would have gotten it a bit sharper, but there is always next time.
     
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    Very good job in capturing this fella, expecially since the lighting conditions weren't the best and they kept on the go. Too bad they wouldn't stand still and stay in the open for awhile. Thanks for sharing!
     

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