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Mountain Lion, Big Bend National Park I think this is the look that most hikers would get if they happen to be looking at the right spot at the right moment. I've often heard that mountain lions see you, but you don't see them. I think this is why that saying was created. The previous photo shows the cat in a rare "exposed" situation. They are more typically very secretive and take advantage of natural camouflage, as in this image.
The morning was cold but his blood was running hot... the rut has begun in Northern Illinois.
I caught this eagle near San Juan Island (Washington) while on a whale watching tour. I was surprised it turned out, this was a long shot and the boat was rolling in the tide.
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Yellow-bellied Sapsucker (male) - Pic maculé (mâle),  The feather yellow color is because of his nest in a fir tree. La couleur jaune de son plumage est dû à son nid localisé dans un sapin. Quebec, QC, Canada
Great Crested Grebe (Podiceps cristatus)
bald eagle lands for breakfast on a frosty November morning near the Chickahominy River, Mechanicsville, VA
Bald Eagle captures a coot for lunch.
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Photo by: jhutsonphotography · See photo in original gallery.

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