2019 Pictures

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  1. MnHunterr

    MnHunterr Grizzled Veteran

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    Some pictures from 2019.

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    Awesome shots!

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    That one is going to be a beast... Good luck
     
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    Yep! We have thousands of thousands of them that migrate right past our place.


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    This is the only one I've ever captured on camera. The strange part for me was that it was in the timber.[​IMG]

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    Looks Great
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    Sandhill cranes migrate through SE Tennessee and stop over at the Hiwassee Refuge at the junction of the Hiwassee River and the Tennessee River. There is even a festival in January where viewers can be shuttled from the old school in Birchwood to the WMA. Wife and I stopped when the place of full of birds and we forgot the camera! Went back a few days later and the population had dwindled down to a few birds. Will attach a couple of photos. IMG_6049.JPG IMG_6046.JPG
     

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