Miscellaneous Wildlife

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Black-tailed prairie dogs, Grasslands National Park, south-western Saskatchewan two days ago. These creatures look a bit like Richardson's ground squirrels but are bigger. They live in huge colonies of thousands of animals.
 

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Well... looking on all these recent post... What is NOT miscellaneous wild life - the Little green out-lander or a Dinosaur Rex?!
On other hand: "It's pretty nice to only have to walk 12ft from my couch to get a shot like this!" - may be I figure out what Durf means:rolleyes:? (BTW look at yourself trough the eyes of that bear - you should be as common as the bear itself = miscellaneous :p!!!)
Nice photos - from all of you!
 
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Nat_WA

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I took this photo this morning from my from porch of all places.....

It's pretty nice to only have to walk 12ft from my couch to get a shot like this! ;)

Nice shot Durf; but in your shoes I would also have been very glad that it was only 12 ft to be behind a locked door again :eek::D
Wiebe.
 
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Nat_WA

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This bear keeps coming back! Must smell my good country cookin' in the evenings! LOL

Nice shot indeed, well captured (figuratively speaking ;)) but even though those bears are usually not that interested in eating humans :eek:, I wouldn't feel too comfortable with such an animal lurking around the house...
Guess you're more used to big wildlife in your 'neck of the wood'...
Wiebe.
 
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