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  1. #801
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    Re: Marilynne's Wetlands and Other Stuff - 2021

    Starting to see more Red Shouldered Hawks lately.

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    Same hawk, just further down the boardwalk

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    Re: Marilynne's Wetlands and Other Stuff - 2021

    Quote Originally Posted by Marilynne View Post
    About 12-13 feet long. I was on the other side of a wooden fence @Peter7100, but I think he would have been able to take it down if he wanted to.


    I heard in the news recently a man had his arm bitten off by one and his wife went for help and when she returned he was gone . Can't remember which town it was but I'm sure it was somewhere in the south of the US, so take care and order that longer telephoto
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    Re: Marilynne's Wetlands and Other Stuff - 2021

    Haven't seen a tree frog in a while so I went searching yesterday. Found two!

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    Re: Marilynne's Wetlands and Other Stuff - 2021

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter7100 View Post


    I heard in the news recently a man had his arm bitten off by one and his wife went for help and when she returned he was gone . Can't remember which town it was but I'm sure it was somewhere in the south of the US, so take care and order that longer telephoto
    There were a bunch of other people there also. I could have outrun at least one!

    The attack was in New Orleans LA, flooding from Hurricane Ida. The man was in his back yard getting tools from his shed.
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    Re: Marilynne's Wetlands and Other Stuff - 2021

    This is the same gator as post #800. This time I was across the lake.
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    Re: Marilynne's Wetlands and Other Stuff - 2021

    Heard a lot of splashing under the boardwalk, then I saw this guy stop.
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    Re: Marilynne's Wetlands and Other Stuff - 2021

    It was in a real bad spot.

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    Re: Marilynne's Wetlands and Other Stuff - 2021

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter7100 View Post


    I heard in the news recently a man had his arm bitten off by one and his wife went for help and when she returned he was gone . Can't remember which town it was but I'm sure it was somewhere in the south of the US, so take care and order that longer telephoto
    I'm not saying not to be careful, but...

    According to a comparison of animal-related fatalities from CDC WONDER database, venomous injuries, largely from contact with hornets, wasps, and bees accounted for an average of over 56 fatalities per year, compared to an average of about 1 fatality per yearfrom alligator attacks in the United States
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    Re: Marilynne's Wetlands and Other Stuff - 2021

    Quote Originally Posted by Woodyg3 View Post
    I'm not saying not to be careful, but...

    According to a comparison of animal-related fatalities from CDC WONDER database, venomous injuries, largely from contact with hornets, wasps, and bees accounted for an average of over 56 fatalities per year, compared to an average of about 1 fatality per year from alligator attacks in the United States
    I'm allergic to bees, so I watch out for them more than gators.
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