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KenSutliff

KenSutliff

Quakertown,pa.Lat: 40.44, Long: -75.34

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KenSutliff spotted orbweaver
spotted orbweaver commented on by KenSutliff Quakertown, Pennsylvania, USA2 years ago

Thank you Scott

KenSutliff red-tailed hawk
red-tailed hawk commented on by KenSutliff Quakertown, Pennsylvania, USA2 years ago

Thank you Jim Nelson

KenSutliff sword-bearing conehead
sword-bearing conehead commented on by KenSutliff Quakertown, Pennsylvania, USA5 years ago

thank you Reza

KenSutliff bald eagle
bald eagle commented on by KenSutliff Quakertown, Pennsylvania, USA5 years ago

looks like the osprey got to close so the eagle took a poop to keep it away.

KenSutliff osprey
osprey commented on by KenSutliff Quakertown, Pennsylvania, USA6 years ago

well i feel much better then that i did,not offten i do the right thing on here,but it just seamed like it should be there so there ya have it...

KenSutliff osprey
osprey commented on by KenSutliff Quakertown, Pennsylvania, USA6 years ago

think i moved all the raptors over...was not sure if the buzzards went there or not but i'm sure someone will let me know later

KenSutliff osprey
osprey commented on by KenSutliff Quakertown, Pennsylvania, USA6 years ago

christy,thank you and no it was a very nice day out,i believe this is a baby,the other one that was there was doing the fishing,this one just sat there and let me get pictures,guess it was not sure about people...

KenSutliff osprey
osprey commented on by KenSutliff Quakertown, Pennsylvania, USA6 years ago

thanks cindy...got it

KenSutliff tadpoles
tadpoles commented on by KenSutliff Quakertown, Pennsylvania, USA6 years ago

there are less of them do to turtles and birds and they are more afraid of my movements...

KenSutliff tadpoles
tadpoles commented on by KenSutliff Quakertown, Pennsylvania, USA6 years ago

update,tadpoles are getting bigger in size,no sine of legs yet...