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Week 46 - Robin

Sandhill Cranes in a perfectly synced flying pattern.

7D MII and 70-200 f/2.8 L.
200mm, 1/6400s, f/2.8, ISO 100

Photography

People Make Publishing: #OptOutside and Enjoy the Season

The following post is from Joeth Zucco, Senior Project Editor at UNP.

I opted outside on Black Friday. Or rather #OptOutside. Outdoor retailer REI started the campaign in 2015. 503 more words

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First light

With storm clouds looming on the horizon I decided to take my chances and packed my gear a for an early morning sunrise adventure at Isenberg. 134 more words

Feature

Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park Sunset

I hiked Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park‘s La Chua Trail with family and friends last night, and it was spectacular! Not only was the sunset breathtaking, but it was highlighted by groups of Sandhill Cranes and flocks of Ibis, flying onto the Prairie to roost for the evening. 122 more words

Nature

A Walk in the Boonies

Some of you may remember that I started this website after a visit to Yellowstone and I was intent on posting mostly pictures of birds and animals. 58 more words

Nature

Snow and Ice -What's to Like

Dear Friends, these cranes get a little cranky when they step on the ice and it dumps them into the cold water.  they are slowly living the area, til Tomorrow MJ

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Crane Explosion

Dear Friends, found the cranes on a cornfield and abruptly at 4pm, they all left in a huge explosion of wings and calling. The air was full (for a moment), then I was left all alone on the roadside.   18 more words

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