Nice...very nice. The only thing like that around here is a fox, owls, and whitetails. There are buffalo, but not wild...pasture kept. Y'all have any longhorns?I never knew Woodchucks climbed trees. I guess they do strange things in Saskatchewan... This guy was 20 feet up a tree east of Prince Albert Saskatchewan.
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This is the Great Horned Owl that would nod to us every morning as we walked by his tree going deer hunting outside Warner Alberta.
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A small herd of Buffalo somewhere around Fort Qu'appelle Saskatchewan.
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Two Whitetail bucks, in velvet, just off to the side of the motocross track in Regina Saskatchewan.
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The half tame fox that came around our Moose hunting camp two years in a row. Chuck, the guy pictured, started feeding it by hand and then it followed us around like a dog hunting mice while we hunted Moose lol.
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These Antelope we came across one day lost in Montana somewhere south of Great Falls. They just stood there while I took the first picture through the car window then ran. The second picture I took while standing in the sunroof of a friends Oldsmobile while he drove across the prairie. They can run 55mph, easy, and sailed over that fence like it wasnt even there.
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Nice! I've seen a few around here the last two winters, all I had was a phone and wasn't even able to get a shot that you could tell what it was. Glad to see they're making a comeback in your neighborhood too!
Bald Eagles seem to migrate through here. I've seen quite a few over the years. I've only ever seen one Golden Eagle though.
A smorgasbord on the front lawn.It's by no means a high end shot, but these guys run rampant all over the island. They are still fun to look at though, so I figured I'd post them here. View attachment 967312
I would also just like to take the time to say that all of these wildlife pictures are amazing and some of you have real talent when capturing them!