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    Default Re: Critters captured on camera

    Took these cuties late summer from my office window last year
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    Help identify this bird located in the slightly upper middle right side of my game cam photo. I leave this cam out for a week or so in between visits to our 2500 ft elev property near Mariposa, CA near Yosemite National Park. We are frequented by turkey, valley quail and a multitude of hawks, primarily red tails.
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    Default Re: Critters captured on camera

    Quote Originally Posted by nickel plate View Post
    Help identify this bird located in the slightly upper middle right side of my game cam photo. I leave this cam out for a week or so in between visits to our 2500 ft elev property near Mariposa, CA near Yosemite National Park. We are frequented by turkey, valley quail and a multitude of hawks, primarily red tails.
    Are you sure it's a bird? Jeez, it looks like Thomas' avatar in flight. But seriously, I don't see legs hanging down below, but those do look like feathers on the wings - sort of.
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    Here are a couple of recent trail camera photos from my place...
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    A picture I took in my back yard a few years ago - a Yellow-Billed Cuckoo....
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    Here's a picture of a butterfly that I saw in the Talladega National Forest on Monday. The blue in the photo doesn't do justice to nature.
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    Default Re: Critters captured on camera

    Quote Originally Posted by nickel plate View Post
    Help identify this bird located in the slightly upper middle right side of my game cam photo. I leave this cam out for a week or so in between visits to our 2500 ft elev property near Mariposa, CA near Yosemite National Park. We are frequented by turkey, valley quail and a multitude of hawks, primarily red tails.
    I have received an answer from a fellow who is a columnist for a Ducks Unlimited publication that in probility, the bird in question MIGHT be a Northern Goshawk.

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    here is something that you don't want to see take up homesteading in your back yard..... I just discovered this yesterday about 15 ft from the ground, about 2 times the size of a basketball, we have many more wooded acres on our property and they had to be right in our back yard how it is have haven't already noticed them before now, My wife is still freeked about them being there because just 2 days ago she was cutting grass right under that nest,
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    Default Re: Critters captured on camera

    Quote Originally Posted by deepNdirt View Post
    here is something that you don't want to see take up homesteading in your back yard..... I just discovered this yesterday about 15 ft from the ground, about 2 times the size of a basketball, we have many more wooded acres on our property and they had to be right in our back yard how it is have haven't already noticed them before now, My wife is still freeked about them being there because just 2 days ago she was cutting grass right under that nest,
    That's a nice one. I think I would stop mowing there I came almost face to face with a smaller one a couple years ago while bush hogging. I backed out of there quietly and they didn't get riled. I don't want to think how it would have gone if I was looking behind at the mower just then.
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    Default Re: Critters captured on camera

    Had one of those nests about 4 feet from the house,waited for a cool morning and moved it to a less populated area.
    Hawk and cat had on going hunting contest, hawk won that round but has moved on.
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