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Bighorn Ram, Waterton Canyon, Colorado
Snow Geese "Snowstorm", Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge  (Best viewed in XL or 2X sizes)  The population of Migrating/Wintering Snow Geese at Squaw Creek can sometimes top 1 million. Their collective squawking can be heard from at least a mile away. Occasionally, something spooks them, or they just get restless, and they fly up in these great clouds of many thousands of birds. This is one of natures great spectacles and has to be seen and heard in person to really be appreciated. This image represents only about 10-20 percent of the geese that were in the air during this fly-up.
American Avocet Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge
Southern Toad  -  (Bufo Terrestris)  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bufo_terrestris
Widow Skimmer (female)  Libellula luctuosa  Family Libellulidae  Bill Mason Centre, Dunrobin, Ontario  29 June 2009
Cheetah chasing a young Thomson's  Gazelle
green heron in November, Everglades National Park, FL
Green frog
Mountain Goat Yearling, Mount Evans, Colorado
Bull Moose Bighorn National Forest, Wyoming
Tree Frog 1
Whimbrels - Courlis corlieu,  Bas-St-Laurent, Quebec, Canada
2 of 3 - Bedded down and relaxed but still keeping an eye on me.
Bighorn Ram, Waterton Canyon, Colorado

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Bighorn Ram, Waterton Canyon, Colorado
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