Wild Animals Anyone?

Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by JDar, Mar 12, 2004.

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    JDar

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    Anyone have some animal photos to share? This is a Stellar's Jay. Finally got one that understood "Sit, stay."
     

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    Dont Hurt Me

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    Here's mine but im not sure what it was? Creature from the blue Lagoon.
     

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    Dont Hurt Me

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    Nice jay Jdar, this is one of our frequent visitors sorry i dont have a better picture. he may be little but he is fiesty and fun to watch.
     

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    JDar

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    Hummingbirds are tough to capture unless there are so many competing--then they will sit on your finger at the feeder.
     
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    JDar

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    A black bear visitor to the deck.

    We call this guy "Scruffy" due to his coat--must have been shedding.
     

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    Garter Snake

    Garter Snake from Northern Ontario, Canada.
     

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    Capt Underpants

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    Picture of a giraffe at local wildlife reserve place.
     

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    crazytom

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    A Tiger?!?!

    Probably from the same genus as the purported 'Creature' --- doesn't sit still long enough to confirm!
     

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    crazytom

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    A different one.

    Sorry about the image quality...it came off my camcorder.

    This one was coming right at us at a golf course!
     

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    A native rock lizard at Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona.

    This little guy is hanging on the edge of an 800 foot vertical cliff :eek:
     

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    JDar

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    Neat photo. He's colored so much like the rock--is it a color changing lizard? It's good to see a second reptile in this thread.
     
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    MacBandit

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    Please don't post photos that you didn't take. That's not what this forum is for. If it were it would be so flooded with junk so fast you wouldn't even believe it.
     
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    Look but don't touch...

    Here's a shot of me with a smallish lion's mane jelly:
     

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    And one of my partner with some leaf barnicles...
     

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    Feed me!

    This baby Stingray is not wild, but it's hungry and was attempting to crawl up the wall.
     

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    JDar

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    underwater wild things

    That's great the thread is taking us underwater--that never occurred to me as I'm not a diver and most of the beasts I get to see are in mountainous forests.

    Rays seem to be quite docile and get used to human presence. Anyone got Moray eel pictures to add?
     
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    JDar

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    hold your nose

    Three to five of these come around at night and seldom alert (hold their tail up) and have never sprayed as long as you talk to them when approaching.
    They welcome a peanut or two and then go off foraging on their own.
     

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    I believe that is his natural color. The area is covered in that similarly colored sandstone, so it is great camouflage against his predators.
     
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    How bold of you!
     
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    JDar

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    night bear demonstrating weak internal flash in N 990

    This looks like the same bear that stood at the urinal. They are everywhere--have to wait in line.
     

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    mnkeybsness

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    here's some of mine...
     

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    JDar

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    You've immortalized three animals in nice photos, one of which really needed it. Good jobs!
     
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    JDar

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    Wild Turkey

    Usually 10 to 20 of these visit daily. They get all over the house and deck rails and roost nearby at night.
     

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    macrumors newbie

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    some of my pics from Tanzania

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