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    Default A few yard visitors

    Deer came for breakfast, and the Red Shouldered hawk for brunch.. used LR4 beta for these, I'm liking it so far

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    Default Re: A few yard visitors

    Great group photo on the deer Jim, I like it.
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    Default Re: A few yard visitors

    Nice job on the hawk. Is that a house finch sitting behind him?
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    Default Re: A few yard visitors

    Quote Originally Posted by AbeakerZ View Post
    Nice job on the hawk. Is that a house finch sitting behind him?

    yeah there were about 4 of them up there.. not really harassing him, but they were jumping close to it.. I don't think Red shouldered hawks worry or go after the birds like most other hawks do.. at least I havent seen them go after any feeder birds.. every time I see them eating its a frog or snake
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    Default Re: A few yard visitors

    I really like your picture of the deers feeding in winter. ... I'm impressed by the finches intelligence, if that's what it is. Our finches and all other birds are so spooked by the neighborhood Cooper's hawk that they become scarce even when the vultures pass over inspecting the neighborhood.

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