Stroll along the Fork

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Took a hike along the river this morning that runs behind the house.

A Pair of GBH are nesting and I caught this one on a close fly by.
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A robin singing overhead.
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A Red Tailed Hawk looking for Breakfast.
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At the pond was an American Wigeon.
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The Redtail is sharp, looking right at you. You’re probably ready for Spring and it can be slow getting there. I’ve shoveled some Wyoming snow in April.
 
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The Redtail is sharp, looking right at you. You’re probably ready for Spring and it can be slow getting there. I’ve shoveled some Wyoming snow in April.
I had to shovel 4 inches of the white stuff this past weekend. It's probably not over yet but at least it doesn't last this time of the year. Now it's mud season.
 

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Wonderful set of images, Bill! Each one is special, but I'm partial to the singing robin and how you managed to not have a twig intersecting its head!
 
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Nice sharp images. I like the flyby best but I am partial to bif.
Thanks Allan. He flew by so close I only got maybe 3 shots where I didn't clip the wings or beak.
You are so good at this!
Thanks Terri. I hope you guys are staying safe on the other side of the Tetons.
VERY nice!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thank you so much.
Great place to walk..and for us a nice treat to see what you see while on your walk.
Thanks Bob. Still looking for the Moose. Fresh droppings everywhere.
Wonderful set of images, Bill! Each one is special, but I'm partial to the singing robin and how you managed to not have a twig intersecting its head!
Thanks Karen. I don't know either.
 
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Looks like a nice place to take a stroll. Love the hawk looking back across its shoulder. And excellent position on the GBH. That one looks a bit flat on my monitor. Maybe kick up clarity/contrast a bit?
 

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