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Yay, the mountain boomer must have escaped the owl. Plus an interesting shot of a cardinal in flight. And a bird I'd love help being identified.
Enjoyed looking at those pretty interesting trail cam photos. That spot seems to be the busiest in the area, not running out of visitors any time of the day?
 

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The doe came to the bird bath about 3 am. We have seen her sleeping in the front yard. Not sure why she keeps apart from the larger herd. Maybe because her fawn is young? Have not seen the fawn since the first day.
The bird bath is like Grand Central Station. Multiple birds in it all day. I don't think we've had any more migratory ones. The camera takes the best pictures early in the morning. In late afternoon, when the most birds come, the sun isn't right. I go out 3-4 times a day to put fresh water.mocking bird.jpg June bunting.jpg
 

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The doe came to the bird bath about 3 am. We have seen her sleeping in the front yard. Not sure why she keeps apart from the larger herd. Maybe because her fawn is young? Have not seen the fawn since the first day.
The bird bath is like Grand Central Station. Multiple birds in it all day. I don't think we've had any more migratory ones. The camera takes the best pictures early in the morning. In late afternoon, when the most birds come, the sun isn't right. I go out 3-4 times a day to put fresh water.View attachment 47672 View attachment 47673
I love your trail camera pics 😍
 
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