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On one of my outings i came upon a Kestrel Hawks home. I also stayed for lunch. They a beautiful!
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Sunset Moose

Last week I gt blessed with so many photographic opportunities. This was captured just off Hwy 60, Algonquin Park, Ontario, Canada as some friends and I spotted this moose drinking from the ditch. In the spring time the moose tend to be near the edge of the roads to drink the salt out of the ditches but that can make it very dangerous for both the moose and people driving so please watch out and drive with caution.  Thanks for viewing and if you would like to see more wildlife, night skies and landscapes from Ontario, Canada feel free to add me to your circles.

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Pink robin

The pink robin (Petroica rodinogaster) is a small passerine bird native to southeasternAustralia. Its natural habitats are temperateforests and subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. Like many brightly coloured robins of the family Petroicidae, it is sexually dimorphic. Measuring 13.5 cm (5.3 in) in length, the robin has a small thin black bill, and dark brown eyes and legs. The male has a distinctive white crown and pink breast, grey-black upperparts, wings and tail. The belly is white. The female has grey-brown plumage. The position of the pink robin and its Australian relatives on the passerine family tree is unclear; the Petroicidae are not closely related to either the European orAmerican robins but appear to be an early offshoot of the Passerida group of songbirds.
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A Pink Robin, how beautiful!!!

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Hi, +Karen Mowat. You can't resize a photo on Google+, but you can crop it, which means it will appear zoomed-in. Just click the photo to view it full-screen, then click the crop button above the photo (to the left of the trash can icon).
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Title: Heron Hive

During the weekend I had the pleasure of photographing some falcons when a friend and I here some noise coming from really deep within the bush. With no trails follow we had to trek though some crazy thick bush, with needles on almost everything you walked past. Getting eaten by bug we kept going to discover something amazing, a heron rookery!!! I walked up this tree to capture this image, saying in my head when I saw this "This is like Jurassic Park..." lol smiling and ever so happy to stumble upon something like this. You could watch them interact together, while the large adults would come and go with food, the young would  be screeching with every adults return. :D This was amazing, I think there was over 50+ herons in this one pond!!!! I am still in awe. :D Thanks for viewing and feel free to like, comment or share. 

Canon EOS 7D
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