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Fawn2124 viewsTwo Fawn near Millard Canyon in Altadena
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An Apple A Day2041 viewsThis Squirrel was really enjoying the apple. He munched on it for quite a while while I took photos of him. Taken at San Clemente State Beach Campground.
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Lady Bugs1958 viewsThis photo, as well as the other Lady Bug photo was taken at the 8000 ft level of Mount Waterman in the San Gabriel Mountains. I was surprised to see so many in one place at one time. Looks like they're enjoying themselves.
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Sparrow1896 viewsThere weren't a lot of poppies this year so I spent more time taking photos of the wildlife. Taken at the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve located near Lancaster, CA
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Meercat2008 viewsI think this little guy was just as curious about me as I was about him. Taken at the San Diego Wild Animal Park.
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Survivor1943 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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H21984 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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Honu’ea1989 viewsTaken 4/7/06
Honu’ea or Hawksbill Turtle is native to Hawai’i. The species is considered to be endangered but is slowly growing thanks to conservation efforts particularly on the Big Island of Hawai’i where they are protected by law. The Hawksbill can grow up to 250 pounds and feeds mostly on green sea moss or sponges. Their nesting period runs from July to October. Building the nest and laying eggs takes several hours and they can easily be seen along the coast.

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Zebra Butts1948 viewsI couldn't get these 2 to turn around so I settled for their butts. Taken at the San Diego Wild Animal Park.
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Blue Bird of Happiness1984 viewsTaken at the San Diego Wild Animal Park.
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Doe1793 viewsDoe near Millard Canyon in Altadena.
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Double Teaming1846 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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