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It once forced a famous lady named Muffetto hastily vacate her tuffet.
at this December addition at Sunset Lake.
A scene on high that's never boring.
Here's a spring-time scene of which I'm fond.
in emptying a full bird-feeder.
After a successful first-flight test,this young osprey returns to the nest.
This male osprey has his eyes on me.
Hoping thousands of spectators would be there,he readied this draft horse for the Fair.
To some, I'm sure it may sound silly:I once named a hawk Windemere Willie.
They arrived back late from winter vacationto nest at last year's Vineyard location.
For a photog, they proved a winsome pair.
A bi-weekly poem from nature photographer Julian Robinson.
The urge to migrate did not fail her,after a winter in Venezuela.
From out of the sun and out of the west,this Oak Bluffs osprey descends toward its nest.
On a day when weather proved rather harsh,this osprey returned to Oak Bluffs in mid-March.
Flowers with the Easter Bunnyon a spring day, bright and sunny.
as shown by this pair of guinea fowl.
it's hard to miss this red-tail's eye.
I usually witness quite a lot.
to cross a double yellow line.
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