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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel1 View Post
    Wow, some great photos, your new camera is amazing!

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    Thanks, Gabe. The camera is just amazing...really love it....just wish my squirrel cooperated. I had to delete a few pics because it was ony half it's body or just his tail in then pic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skimonkey

    Thanks, Gabe. The camera is just amazing...really love it....just wish my squirrel cooperated. I had to delete a few pics because it was ony half it's body or just his tail in then pic!
    You'll get used to deleting when trying to get unco-operative beings in the perfect shot. I often keep fuzzy or not quite right shots because they were all I could get before the subject vanished. At least I know what I was trying to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Czevski View Post
    You'll get used to deleting when trying to get unco-operative beings in the perfect shot. I often keep fuzzy or not quite right shots because they were all I could get before the subject vanished. At least I know what I was trying to do.
    You are right about that. I have a few saved imaged which I haven't delete for that purpose. Hopefully I get another chance at taking a better pic soon!

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    This is an interesting thread. I must keep tabs on it and post some photos of very small wildlife which visits or inhabits our garden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Brown
    This is an interesting thread. I must keep tabs on it and post some photos of very small wildlife which visits or inhabits our garden.
    What kind of wildlife do you have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amy Rose The Hedgehog

    What kind of wildlife do you have?
    Hi Amy, I have photos of bees, and of newly hatched spiders. Apart from that we have common garden birds, such as a robin, blackbirds and a thrush. We have 2 or 3 squirrels - which we class as vandals. They steal our fruit from the fruit trees, dig up bulbs etc.

    More and more green parakeets are roosting nearby and are really raucous.

    It's not bad for an urban garden

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Brown

    Hi Amy, I have photos of bees, and of newly hatched spiders. Apart from that we have common garden birds, such as a robin, blackbirds and a thrush. We have 2 or 3 squirrels - which we class as vandals. They steal our fruit from the fruit trees, dig up bulbs etc.

    More and more green parakeets are roosting nearby and are really raucous.

    It's not bad for an urban garden

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    Wow cool!
    I have deer,rabbits, my neighbor said that she has some coyotes, we have skunks, beavers, massasaugas and lots of other wildlife around where I live. Being an animal lover, I enjoy it

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    Quote Originally Posted by skimonkey

    <img src="http://www.ipadforums.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=23093"/>

    A runaway squirrel. I think he needs to go to Scifan Squirrel training school!
    Just tell your squirrel to send me a PM and I'll send it the course info.
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    Well he is certainly making himself at home and doesn't mind having his photo taken
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    I have photos of some of our garden visitors and residents.


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    So, relax and draw up a chair, so you can enjoy these glimpses of our garden life....

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    Pretty etc, but they are nuiscances!

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    Some welcome bird life. And then....

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    I missed one chap, the thrush .

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    There you have it. Some joys of our garden.

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