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Swans

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It's been forever since I posted much of anything. It's a reflection of the amount of time I've had to spend out looking for good wildlife spots in my new locale. This is something I hope to remedy in the near term. Here are a few from a new spot I found this weekend.

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Ditto on that first shot Mike. Good to see you posting again!

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I agree, they are all great, but the first shot is awesome!

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Looks like you're off to a good start finding new places to shoot.

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Very nice shots Mike! I like them all.

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When I took a look at the first shot all I could say was WOW. Great looking shots Mike.

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Mike, I see you are listed in DL now. I can show you a few spots sometime in the area.

paul

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Awesome Mike! That first especially is really great!

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Paul,

I'd love some insight. I've already been scoping likely spots for spring in the area. Now that I'm a whole lot closer to ND and SD, I am going to be a little more serious about heading that way to take in the waterfowl migration. Any spots you'd be willing to share would be of great help.

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It's nice to see you haven't lost it. Great shots. A guy I met in Park Rapids a few weeks ago, called me up and informed me about all the swans in your area. He didn't realize I lived so far away. I'm glad you were able to catch them.

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Sweet shots, Michael. I like all three. Learning a new geographic location can be a lot of fun.

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That first shot is great. Thanks!

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