June 22, 2018

June 22, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Eagle Fledgeling with a fish It's been a while since I've stopped by to check on my favorite pair of bald eagles, so today I stopped in during my lunch break and then later in the afternoon. The activity/action during both my visits there today was awesome, but the light was super tough to work with, especially when I popped in during my lunch bre...
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June 18, 2018

June 18, 2018  •  2 Comments
Fawn just after the Storm When I went to the cafeteria this afternoon to grab some lunch, I spotted one of the fawns hiding under a bush in the courtyard. I peaked out on it twice between then and the end of my work day and planned to go out and photograph it after work. Finally, my work day ended and as I was walking out to my car to go to where...
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June 16, 2018

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Red Fox Kits Playing I took a four day weekend to go to camp and it has been such a good time. My first day which was Thursday was overcast and gloomy so I took care of errands and lounged around with my boyz. On Friday, I went out to check on a couple of osprey nests I've been watching. The first one is right here in Ticonderoga. It is an establ...
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June 9, 2018

June 09, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Yep, It is the Fawn again I got up early this morning so I could get an early start and hit up a couple of locations. I first started out along the Wappingers Creek where I get to enjoy Red-Tailed Hawks, Great Blue Herons, Bald Eagles, Ducks, Osprey, Canada Geese, Beavers, and all other kids of smaller birds. Today was relatively quiet along the c...
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June 8, 2018

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A very shy Fawn I was sitting in my office doing my work, when my buddy Joe stopped by to tell me he had just seen the fawn in the courtyard. As soon as I finished what I was working on I got in my car and drove over to see if I could find it. Sure enough, it was laying in the shade under a tree. It blended in so well that as people walked by, the...
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