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Soaring1992 viewsTaken 2/20/06
Nice contrast of the white seagull against the clear blue sky of Baja California. The seagulls were looking for a handout.
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Birds Eye View2192 viewsA view of the desert floor taken from atop one of the Sand Dunes. Plenty of room for more campers and trailers
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Survivor1921 viewsTaken 4/7/06
I believe this is a Yellow Canary. No fancy names. At any rate, he has survived the wrath of the Mongoose on Hawai'i. I really enjoyed all the different animals and birds that I saw on this trip. The warm weather wasn’t bad either.
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Double Teaming1822 viewsThese Seagulls are waiting for handouts. We could toss some crackers into the air and the bids would catch them in flight. Taken 2/20/06 in San Felipe.
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Hummer2081 viewsPhot taken 10/8/05 in my front yard. The Mexicam Sage attracts quite a few Humming Birds. This year (2006) we had as many as 8-10 at a time fighting over the bush's beautiful purple blooms.
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H21965 viewsThe Humming Birds love the Mexican Sage (Salvia Leucantha) in my yard. They are very territorial and will stake claim to a favorite bush and confront other Humming Birds who try to feed on it.
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2793 viewsNow that the worst of the cleanup was done, it was time to take a moment to enjoy the wildlife around the Earth Station.
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H31838 viewsTaken 10/8/05
While Weather Photography is an ongoing quest, I occasionally get off on tangents and focus on other subjects. Current Project: Humming Birds. Boy, are these guys tough to catch! The Mexican Sage (Salvia Leucantha) in my yard really attracts Humming Birds.
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Skeleton2457 viewsLarge birds had access to the RF Rooms via the Feed Tubes for quite some time. The rooms were littered with their droppings, as well as the carcasses and skeletons of their prey.

After the RF Room was cleaned, the Feed Tube was sealed to keep the birds out.

     
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