Moment in time…

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A lot of captions came to mind on this one, but I’ll leave it up to your imaginations what was going on here.

Beaver Lodge…

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Here is the home of the beavers from the previous post.

More Beaver action…

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I’m just amazed at the lumberjack skills of these creatures. I’d like to get a shot of one in the daytime, but they are quite shy. I think someone is coming to this site and cutting up the larger logs felled by the beavers and using it for firewood. Beavers seem to just use the smaller limbs for their homes.

 

A little of this, and a little of that…

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This bird’s nest consists of yarn, string, cloth fibers, fishing line, rope and who knows what else. It makes a very strong structure when woven together. This is most likely the nest of a Baltimore Oriole.

Male half of the Cardinal family…

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Such a good lookin guy. It’s nice that they stick around for the winter.

Lady Cardinal…

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The cardinals are like the royalty of backyard birds. They seem to always have an air of superiority about them. Those strong beaks are well suited to seed crunching.

Barred Owl (Strix varia)…

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This owl goes by many names such as Eight Hooter, Rain Owl, Wood Owl, and Striped Owl, but is most commonly known as the Hoot Owl. Who could not love a face like this?

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