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Watchdogging for the greater Durango area

23 Jun 2017

Wildlife photography essay, 10 species, location will remain undisclosed

Posted by Adam Howell


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bobcat

bobcat

Abert's squirrel

Abert’s squirrel

Abert's squirrel

Abert’s squirrel

Abert's squirrel

Abert’s squirrel

Abert's squirrel

Abert’s squirrel

Abert's squirrel

Abert’s squirrel

bobcat

bobcat

bobcat

bobcat

Empidonax genus (dusky, Hammond’s, cordilleran, etc.)

flycatcher of the Empidonax genus

northern flicker

northern flicker

northern flicker

northern flicker

bears

bears

bears

bears

Cooper's hawk

Cooper’s hawk

spotted towhee

spotted towhee

spotted towhee

spotted towhee

Cooper's hawk

Cooper’s hawk

Cooper's hawk

Cooper’s hawk

Cooper's hawk

Cooper’s hawk

Cooper's hawk

Cooper’s hawk

Cooper's hawk

Cooper’s hawk

northern flicker

northern flicker

bears

bears

bear

bear

bears

bears

bears

bears

bears

bears

bears

bears

bears

bears

bears

bears

bears

bears

western tanager

western tanager

Cooper's hawk

Cooper’s hawk

Cooper's hawk

Cooper’s hawk

Cooper's hawk

Cooper’s hawk

spotted towhee

spotted towhee

Cooper's hawk

Cooper’s hawk jumping in the water

Cooper's hawk

A Cooper’s hawk jumps in the water.

bear

A bear eyes the camera.

bear

A bear cools off in the water.

bear

bear

bear

bear

bear

bear

bear

bear

bear

bear

bear

bear

bear

bear

bear

bear

squirrel

squirrel

squirrel

squirrel

squirrel

squirrel

bird

bird

bird

bird

western tanager

western tanager

western tanager

western tanager

Cooper's hawk

Cooper’s hawk

owl

owl

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