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E. Anne Whitehurst

E. Anne Whitehurst

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E. Anne Whitehurst
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64
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City
Longmont
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CO
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3 days ago
E. Anne Whitehurst commented on a photo
Last weekend I saw this bobcat in the prairie dog town south of the eagle nest on Hygiene Rd.! And the silly prairie dog had the nerve to pop up out of his den...
but got off the hook when a truck went by and spooked the cat.
3 days ago 0 likes 2 comments 2 comments
E. Anne Whitehurst commented on a photo
This morning, south of Hygiene Road in Hygiene, I saw a raven chasing an eagle. The eagle was carrying a prey animal in its talons. Eventually I saw where they landed.
It looks possibly like the eagle has a small fox! Probably was roadkill and that's how the raven and magpies got involved (robbed). Have never seen anything like this before and thought I'd share.
3 days ago 0 likes 1 comments 1 comments
08.18.2017
E. Anne Whitehurst commented on a photo
Cool! I didn't know they went as far north as Nunn.
08.18.2017 0 likes 1 comments 1 comments
E. Anne Whitehurst commented on a photo
So sweet--hope these little ones fledge before the snow flies.
08.18.2017 0 likes 1 comments 1 comments
E. Anne Whitehurst commented on a photo
I don't know for sure what the duckling has, but it looks more like a paper clip than anything edible. No littering here!!!!
08.18.2017 0 likes 1 comments 1 comments
E. Anne Whitehurst commented on a photo
Also at Pella, S. side of Webster Pond. Nobody told the heron that bass are catch-and-release. :)
08.18.2017 0 likes 1 comments 1 comments
E. Anne Whitehurst commented on a photo
This seems unusual even for eclipse plumage. I guess we'll just have to wait a month or so and see how it looks. There are two wood duck families at Pella now, I'm hoping they stick around!
08.18.2017 0 likes 3 comments 3 comments
08.17.2017
E. Anne Whitehurst commented on a photo
Yes, it's a wood duck. It was foraging with siblings in Webster Pond. Here it is with another one more clearly male. The first little guy has a female white eye ring as well as the "bridle" of the drake.
08.17.2017 0 likes 3 comments 3 comments
08.16.2017
E. Anne Whitehurst commented on a photo
This wood duckling has markings of both male and female wood ducks. Anybody want to wager what it will look like as an adult? This was seen at Pella Crossing recently.
08.16.2017 0 likes 2 comments 2 comments
08.12.2017
E. Anne Whitehurst commented on a photo
Very cool!
Sora
 
08.12.2017 0 likes 1 comments 1 comments
07.18.2017
E. Anne Whitehurst commented on a photo
Very cute!
07.18.2017 1 likes 1 comments 1 comments
07.05.2017
E. Anne Whitehurst commented on a photo
Hi Sangeeta! No, these were maybe 100 yards or less to the right of the footbridge coming from the Nature Center. There are two bare trees and the little guys were in a hollow. I expect most of them have fledged by now except maybe the tiny one. :)
07.05.2017 0 likes 2 comments 2 comments
07.03.2017
E. Anne Whitehurst commented on a photo
Pretty little guy!
07.03.2017 0 likes 1 comments 1 comments
07.02.2017
E. Anne Whitehurst commented on a photo
Thanks. It was fun to see those little guys!
07.02.2017 0 likes 2 comments 2 comments
06.27.2017
E. Anne Whitehurst commented on a photo
Oh my--yes it might, indeed. That's still a lot for a juvy eagle to eat. Yow.
06.27.2017 0 likes 3 comments 3 comments