Wildlife photography

Discussion in 'Survival and Wilderness Skills' started by Strigidae, Mar 1, 2019.

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    Fox from my trip away last month. Too young and silly to realise I was a threat...

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    IMG_20190616_143448242.jpg not very good photography, but it's something.
     
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    CAADA76F-71E6-4C05-9F43-FDAF5431AE4F.jpeg We always have interesting moths around office.
     
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    Nice shot!!!
     
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    Thank you!
     
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    Grand Tetons this past January. Last I saw of the mountains, a huge snow storm moved in that evening and you barely could see to drive.

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    The snow was waist deep before the storm came in
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    Meanwhile in South Dakota

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    Ankle biter hog dog's
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    Had a deer in the woods behind the house yesterday morning. They dont normally come so close to the fence. I walked out there and he was 10yds from the fence. I tossed a few apple slices towards him and he came up to 10ft away. My tiny little 7y/o daughter walked up and the deer got scared and bolted. I laughed so hard. 20190728_125438.jpg 20190728_125552.jpg
     
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    A hodgepodge of some of my better photos this field season. Got decent at taking photos through binoculars
     

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