Monday in Nature, 9 March 2020

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    Still very early in the season for migratory waterfowl. Nevertheless, these Trumpeter Swans were captured over the Bear River MBR last weekend, most likely en route to their summer nesting grounds much further north.
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    Taken in Jack Hill Park, Elk Grove, CA 8 Feb 2020 @ 1001 AM
    Nikon D750 1/1000 f/7.1 ISO 400 Tamron SP 70-200mm f/2.8 Di VC USD A009 @ 200mm, Range: 11.89 meters

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  3. Only nature:)
  4. These Spotted Hyenas were found close to their den (Tanzania). Their spots seem less discernible than some of the others I saw.

    Hyenas are often maligned in folklore. Yet, is it their sense of humor ("laughing hyenas") or that there's a sympathy for the underdogs in us that somehow make them endearing to some?
  5. Pelican confab....White Rock Lake, Dallas, Texas DSC_6750.jpg
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    Vermilion Flycatcher, in Baja California

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    Tanzania - Serengeti​
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    Downy Woodpecker.
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