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Where's WalDOE?

Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by Klaus, Jun 16, 2002.

  1. Klaus

    Klaus G&G Newbie

    I went canoeing last week in Lake Sommerville, and took this photo. You should easily be able to see the deer.
     

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  2. Directly above the wing tip. By the way very nice picture---digital?
     

  3. Klaus

    Klaus G&G Newbie

    Yup. I have 2 digital cameras.
     
  4. NRAJOE

    NRAJOE YOU TALKIN' TO ME!? Forum Contributor

    Nice,very nice!
     
  5. Klaus

    Klaus G&G Newbie

    Anyone know what type of bird that is?
     
  6. FireStar

    FireStar G&G Newbie

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    Very Nice Photo...
     
  7. Big Dog

    Big Dog Retired IT Dinosaur Wrangler Forum Contributor

    Standard issue in the southeast - Snowy Egret. We've got 'em here in Florida. Nice picture, looks like home!
     
  8. Big Dog

    Big Dog Retired IT Dinosaur Wrangler Forum Contributor

    Standard issue in the southeast - Snowy Egret. We've got 'em here in Florida. Nice picture, looks like home!
     
  9. Shaun

    Shaun G&G Evangelist

    Nice deer I guess we know where Klaus will be hunting during deer season
     
  10. Klaus

    Klaus G&G Newbie

    I do not hunt deer any more. I really do not like venison, and do not think it is right for me to kill game animals if I am not going to eat them. I might go after some hogs, though.
     
  11. Your 50 AE would do the job. I feel the same way--If I ain't going to eat it I ain't killing it. Well unless it's a cat. Oh yeah you said game animals didn't you.
     
  12. Shaun

    Shaun G&G Evangelist

    Now that is a responsible sportman
     
  13. NRAJOE

    NRAJOE YOU TALKIN' TO ME!? Forum Contributor

    Man I love Venison, I'll eat it Klaus!
     
  14. JimAR

    JimAR G&G Newbie

    Re:White bird

    I think it is actually either a Great Egret (Ardea alba) or a Reddish Egret (Egretta rufescens). The Snowy Egret (Egretta thula) has yellow feet and they are generally smaller then this one appears. -JimAR