Wildlife: show us your walk on the wild side and post your wild animal photos

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Wild Turkeys and no hunting permit!
 

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Wish I could have gotten this better.
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some herons

and the golden hour with the fallow deer

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Gentle Giants and so few remain.
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Went out looking for Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep this past wet stormy weekend. As the rut approaches the rams begin moving down to ewe territory. Was hoping to get photos of rams clashing their horns as they fight for breeding rights...kinda like bar fights! When the opportunity finally came the rams were screened by some dead trees although did get a shot of them posturing before the clash. In the first few photos the ewe is checking a ram out and he appears interested. However a challenger appears and that is when I got the posturing shot.
These photos were taken at 400+ yards with a Sony RX10M3 and are large crops. Included is a photo of my spotting scope looking at the cliffs across the canyon where the rams were. Also one of my friend checking out the action.
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Beautiful set, especially number 7.
Went out looking for Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep this past wet stormy weekend. As the rut approaches the rams begin moving down to ewe territory. Was hoping to get photos of rams clashing their horns as they fight for breeding rights...kinda like bar fights! When the opportunity finally came the rams were screened by some dead trees although did get a shot of them posturing before the clash. In the first few photos the ewe is checking a ram out and he appears interested. However a challenger appears and that is when I got the posturing shot.
These photos were taken at 400+ yards with a Sony RX10M3 and are large crops. Included is a photo of my spotting scope looking at the cliffs across the canyon where the rams were. Also one of my friend checking out the action. View attachment 912133 View attachment 912134 View attachment 912135 View attachment 912136 View attachment 912137 View attachment 912138 View attachment 912139 View attachment 912140 View attachment 912141
 

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E-M1X- Olympus 12-50mm F3.5-6.3 - F5.1/ 1/2500 /iso 200
I received this lens today. I needed something to cover wide angle.
Didn't pay much for it. The glass seems to be really good. Nothing like the pro lenses , but, it works well.

This is one of the places that I go to and sit , sometimes for hours. I just wanted to give this lens a run to see if it was any good.
Hope you guys are well, thanks for viewing.
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Walk yesterday evening finished off with 3 humpbacks cruising by close to shore. Wrong lens tho... If we would have stuck around I guess the aurora put on a display too.

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Lens: Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 150-400mm f/4.5 TC1.25X IS PRO Camera: Olympus EM1X micro 4/3 ISO: 1250 Shutter Speed: 1/1500s Aperture: F5.6
My new lens came in, late yesterday evening. These are the first two photos.
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This tiny field mouse showed up in our garden today.
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