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Cooper’s Hawk; Petaluma, California

I looked out our dining room window the other morning and saw this cooper’s hawk eating a mourning dove.  I grabbed my big lens and tripod and stationed myself about 10 feet back from a sliding door.  The hawk was … Continue reading

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Cause of Pronghorn’s Wound; Yellowstone National Park

Only one person took a guess on what had happened to this pronghorn.  She guessed a bear.  A good guess.   I thought I’d get a few more people to venture a guess.  Maybe some were afraid to guess wrong.  That … Continue reading

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Black Bear Spring Cub, Yellowstone National Park

I can’t wait to get to Yellowstone this spring.  This little spring cub (AKA “cub of the year” or “COY”) is one reason why.

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