Pictures of non game animals

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  1. Bfh_auto

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    Where in the UP? I grew up near Baraga.
     
  2. toivo

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    We lived in Chassell, Houghton County. I don't remember exactly where the picture was taken. My dad was from near Calumet, so it could have been up there somewhere.
     
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  3. 22250Rem

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    Only non-game animal that I have a recent pic of..... (it's too young to qualify as a game animal). Just need to wait for he or she to grow up a bit and become a game animal... WGI_3084.JPG
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  4. Bfh_auto

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    I went to middle school there. In the early 2000s. It was the only school around that said the pledge of allegiance every morning.
     
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    North American hummingbirds average 53 wing beats per second.
     
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    I just call them 'pizotes.' It's easier than trying to remember and say coati whatevers.
     
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    The Mountain Blue Bird that struck a pose for me today at the horse show.
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  8. desmobob

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    Not sure if I posted this one here before. Both non game animals. One of my chickens and a hawk…

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  10. Bfh_auto

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    Cool pic. I used to have chickens and understand the frustration.
     
  11. jmorris

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    The easy way is always the easy way, if I was a hawk…. At least they only have a 21 day gestation period and hawks nab the little ones first, not the egg layers.
     
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  12. desmobob

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    Fledgling bald eagle learning to "attack" my gut pile. "Dad" is off camera in a high tree watching him. The photo was taken in Pelke, Michigan. 30 miles south of Houghton/
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  14. 22250Rem

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    Very cool eagle pix. I see them pretty regular along the south shore of Lake Ontario but rarely get close enough for good photos when I have my good camera in hand. But once in a while it's just a case of being in the right place at the right time with the right gear. Got this one along the lakeshore back in May a couple years ago.
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    Adult long eared owl..
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