Monday in Nature, 31 May 2021

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    Another from the series of a Great Blue Heron captured last year at Bear River MBR. Pickings remain slim this year...
  2. The "Race Track" in Death Valley.

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  3. My Backyard...... Monday-Nature.jpg
  4. Ngorongoro
    Sacred Ibis
    Ektachrome 160
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    Summer Tanager
  6. Interesting pose Dieter! And the entire beak is so sharp. Super!
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    Sandy Vongries Administrator Staff Member

    Wanna mud wrestle! DSC_6312 (1024x682).jpg
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  9. King of the Grizzlies. ;)
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    American robin with lunch.

    Before I wasn't familiar with what robins ate. I thought they were vegetarians, but it turns out that they eat a lot of worms, insects, etc.

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