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Those Eagle shots are fantastic @JL Sargent 

Reminds me of Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom stills or National Geographic!

Haven't seen ours recently, they are brown like in the pic. The neighborhood Red-Tails were out soaring all around when the remnants of the TS came by here a few days ago.

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This guy and his family lived near my work for about 4-5 years in a row. Haven't seen them for about two years. 

Hope they come back.

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Watching predatory birds fly is something magnificent to me! Saw Bald Eagles in central FL but never here!

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1 minute ago, JohnJ said:

Watching predatory birds fly is something magnificent to me! Saw Bald Eagles in central FL but never here!

Just north of here on the other side of the Mississippi, near Alton IL, you can watch Bald Eagles with great regularity.

Many times you will watch them catch fish. They wait below a couple lock and dams and catch the fish that get stunned going through the dam and float for a little while. Some make it, some are lunch.

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4 hours ago, MookieStl said:

Just north of here on the other side of the Mississippi, near Alton IL, you can watch Bald Eagles with great regularity.

Many times you will watch them catch fish. They wait below a couple lock and dams and catch the fish that get stunned going through the dam and float for a little while. Some make it, some are lunch.

There are eagles behind @Hornographic's house a few miles from here.

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1 hour ago, codewritinfool said:

There are eagles behind @Hornographic's house a few miles from here.

 

Cross the Hwy 40 (I64) bridge over the Missouri River and you can often see bald eagles.

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1 hour ago, codewritinfool said:

There are eagles behind @Hornographic's house a few miles from here.

that one was right there at my shop. Not too far from his place.

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Some fall colors and my local telephone pole.

 

 

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The mail seems to come late some days, lately after dark. It rained so much here this tree frog wanted inside but couldn't get through the storm door.

 

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1 hour ago, JohnJ said:

this tree frog

I think that is one of the noisy little fellas.

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Sure is, there was something in the almanac for this year i think about cicadas being lots more than their big years. But nope it's the frogs, but they don't change colors like the lizards do.. I'll catch one when I can but although it was almost 80 today they have been few since August.

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Did _4? knock the ball out?

Sure looks like he's trying to poke it out with those fingers!

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5 hours ago, JohnJ said:

Did _4? knock the ball out?

No, but it was a good tackle at the line of scrimmage.

 

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14 minutes ago, Shiva said:

More photo contest winning pics, these for landscapes. Some are truly spectacular. I grabbed quite a few for screensaver rotation.

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/escape/article-8957465/International-Landscape-Photographer-Year-competition-reveals-winning-images.html

have seen that allready on a german website ..breathtaking pics

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