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RSCS Reunion - August 20-22 2010

Wildlife wanderings

With spring in the air, our local pets and wildlife seem to be suffering cabin fever as much as we are, breaking out into the open whenever they can. Whether they are taking a break from flying, romping in the snow playfully, or searching for their next meal, nature’s own have captured our hearts and our eye in recent weeks. Here are a few photographs submitted by local residents.

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Anybody home? – This daring deer was a bit more curious than Pete Bussmann expected. Bussmann snapped numerous photographs of the animal as it crossed his yard in search of food. The final, and best photo, was taken when the deer ended his journey, at Bussmann’s window.


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Eagle eye – Whether they are soaring high or perched on a limb, the Bald Headed Eagle is a sight to see that often leaves the viewer breathless. This photograph was submitted by resident Ann Magruder, of Cooperstown.


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Three’s company – Don Urtz recently submitted this photograph of three deer he found strolling through an open field.
 

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