a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Wild Life Buffet

The loss of one feeds many.

17 comments:

Michelle said...

Great pics of nature at work.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Is that a bald eagle? Or a variety of vulture?

eileeninmd said...

Cool birds and images. I love the eagle. Enjoy your day!

Lynne said...

Wow . . . is that a Bald Eagle?
One of those outdoor night/whenever cameras ?
A feast for plenty . . .

Sandra said...

could you tell what they were eating? looks big, like a bear or a deer. looks like coyotes and buzzards and a lot of birds. it is a buffet..

LindaG said...

Circle of life.
Good photos, Gail. :)

TexWisGirl said...

wow! bald eagle!

StitchinByTheLake said...

Interesting photos Gail - sometimes the realities of life, and death, seem harsh but the truth of our existence is written there. blessings, marlene

Debbie said...

how cool....a bald eagle!!!!

Karen S. said...

I sure know how this goes, that's one of the reasons I keep a close watch on my roaming little 7 pound Dash who loves to be outside, but he makes such a delicious thought of dinner for far too many out here!

Mama Zen said...

Fantastic shots, Gail!

Sketching with Dogs said...

Amazing photos! Yes, it is the circle of nature. Are those Coyotes?
Lynne x

Lowcarb team member said...

'The loss of one feeds many.'

It is the circle of nature ...

All the best Jan

Truedessa said...

Gail,

Did you get these all at your place? Some amazing photos and it looks like many were hungry. The food chain of nature but, I feel the for the lost one.

Harry Flashman said...

Wildlife here has been virtually extinguished to a large extent. I heard two guys talking in a tire shop the other day. One was saying "I done kilt all the coyotes, now I'm agoing to kill the bobcats. There's five bobcats up on the hill." I wondered why it is everything that moves gets trapped or shot in Appalachia. I guess because it's always been that way. People killed off the mountain lions and the red wolves by the 1930's.

Ida said...

What an array of animals you have that visit.

Susan Anderson said...

Cool captures!

=)

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