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    Female brown headed cow bird.
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    Cool thread! Here's a couple old ones I just dug up. Baby woodpeckers, a bard owl and a couple baby great horned owls.
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    Great horned owl today. Too fast and close for my phone to focus
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    You did well enough!

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    wow great shots on this page.
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    Check out this guys facebook page. He’s a damn good photographer.

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    So we had a visitor at our job site today. We were burning a ton of brush, which usually flushes out game for the raptors. In fact, this property and a couple others, they have us and the HOs pegged as food source flusher outers.
    I was less than 15 feet under this one. Let me walk up and walk all the way around him.
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    Interesting how a limited gene pool and a limited labor force seem to be so closely related.

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    He was hoping you brought him a mouse!

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    LOL, pretty much. Even the Dingo went by him. He was sure we stirred up some snacks
    Interesting how a limited gene pool and a limited labor force seem to be so closely related.

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    Heck yea, I bet you did!

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