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Re: A critter a day... [Re: glamson] #36086
08/17/11 03:41 PM
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Today's critter is one of nature's comedians as was picked up by Disney. It is also a very good example of how natural selection specializes an animal for its environment.

Warthog


















Re: A critter a day... [Re: glamson] #36090
08/18/11 03:50 PM
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Traveling through the mountainous western national park is the best way to see today's critter. They can be pretty elusive but at some parks, like Glacier, they are very accessible.

Big Horn Sheep
























Re: A critter a day... [Re: glamson] #36092
08/19/11 01:43 PM
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Today's critter continues the American west theme.

American Bison






























Re: A critter a day... [Re: glamson] #36095
08/19/11 08:58 PM
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Hey George,

Just wanted to say how much I have been enjoying these. I have not really been able to easily look when I was in Montana. The internet was dead slow...but at least I had something. :P

James

Re: A critter a day... [Re: glamson] #36098
08/20/11 02:56 PM
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Speaking of Bison, today's critter is the African cousin of yesterday's American Bison.

Cape Buffalo




















Re: A critter a day... [Re: glamson] #36102
08/21/11 03:04 PM
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Today's "critter" is another group of critters that always fascinates nature photographers. I can never get enough of these birds that are on the top of the avian food chain.

Raptors - Birds of prey

White-tailed Kites


White-tailed Kite attacking Red-tailed Hawk


Wahlbburg's Eagles in Botswana


Peregrine Falcon


African Buzzard


African Fish Eagle


Cooper's Hawk


Bald Eagle


Harris' Hawk


Western Burrowing Owl


Kestral


Hooded Vulture


California Condor


Red-tailed Hawk


California Condor


Turkey Vulture

Re: A critter a day... [Re: glamson] #36106
08/21/11 07:13 PM
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Hey George,

You have outdone yourself on these. What a great set! I will be disappointed when these all come to an end.

James

Re: A critter a day... [Re: James Morrissey] #36124
08/22/11 06:50 AM
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Originally Posted By: James Morrissey
Hey George,

You have outdone yourself on these. What a great set! I will be disappointed when these all come to an end.

James



Agreed! what an amazing collection. Too many "wow" photos to try to single any out. The ram sticking its tongue out did solicit an outright laugh here.

Re: A critter a day... [Re: StarrLight] #36125
08/22/11 06:52 AM
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Oh, and just love the "stink eye" from the two white tail kites...

Re: A critter a day... [Re: glamson] #36132
08/22/11 01:55 PM
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Thought I would get into the primates with today's critter.

Baboon
























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