From Guntersville State Park

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I actually had a day off from work so I went to the park to see if anything was migrating through the area. Not much variety but did manage a few.

He/she had three babies but as soon as I opened my door he/she didn't seem happy so I left them alone.

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Wish it had been an eagle but I'll take it.

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It was very windy here today especially around the lake.

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From my yard. A common but beautiful bird.

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Hey Andy,

Great to see you getting some shooting in, finally. :rolleyes:

You going to get out tomorrow?
 
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Hey Andy,

Great to see you getting some shooting in, finally. :rolleyes:

You going to get out tomorrow?
Playing golf tomorrow with my son but I will be getting in touch with you soon. I can't even begin to tell you how great it was to be out shooting.

Andy, what might that first bird be?
Hey Frank, that's a Killdeer. The babies have legs that look 10 inches long with a little tuft of fur on top.

Great Shots on a cold and windy day Andy
Thanks Gary. Didn't see any eagles over there but wasn't really expecting to.
 
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