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Dave S

Seeing triple

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Was on our way home from Battle Lake last night and decided to turn and head down past Lake Christina towards Evansville. Something caught my eye and turned out there was a set of triplets in the ditch.

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I've notice a lot of fawns out and about just in the last few weeks. Good captures.

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Got up this morning to see a doe with twins across the road.

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I would've liked to have gotten some better angles, but there's also times where you take what you can get.

I was surprised they were as cooperative as they were.

Thanks for the compliments guys.

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I would've liked to have gotten some better angles, but there's also times where you take what you can get.

Isn't that the truth! Been there, felt that.

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I'm hoping the Ely area will have some readily available wildlife in a couple weeks. I won't have much time, but we'll be in your neck of the woods on August 6th and 7th.

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Plenty of wildlife up here to go around, LEP. Best of luck, and I hope you find bear, wolves and moose. Oh heck, why not a lynx for good measure, too! gringrin

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