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finnbay

Morning Walk

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Took the pups for a walk this morning and found a couple of shots.

I think this is a pine warbler:

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Vetch:

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This beetle caught my attention:

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Really like the color of a chestnut sided warbler:

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And found this guy raiding my bird feeder when I got back home!

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All taken with a Canon 50D and 100-400mm

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i really like the warbler the colors are great and once again sweet shots

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my morning drive for coffee ended up with me helping dps chase down 6 illegals who ran from the officer. I managed to find 3 before other leo came in the driver was caught by the dps officer and 2 others ran to the home de pot store. So i think i did my civic duty for the day.

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The colors on all of those are fantastic! The warbler is the bomb! I don't like the squirrel. It's not the picture, I just don't like red squirrels. smile

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Absolutely wonderful! The warbler is really special - bit I'm with Mike on the red squirrel -- little thief!

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Nice Pic's Ken!!

Thanx for sharing..

Wish I could borrow your lens for a day!! smile

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The warbler is something I've never seen. But, I do like little thieves. smile

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