Bird Tracks in Snow

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Mike B in OKlahoma
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Bird Tracks in Snow

Post by Mike B in OKlahoma »

I suspect of a road runner, but don't really have a clue. Taken near Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.


24-105mm lens, handheld
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Don't tell me. Your giving up your day job to become a tracker? :lol: Snow is pretty but I am not looking forwards to it. Some of that stuff you just got is just now getting here to the mountains in North Carolina. From what I have been hearing on the news, I am surprised to find you posting with all the power outages being reported out your way. Glad to see your still up and running Mike. :D

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Post by MacroLuv »

I saw something like that on the rocky seashore. :shock:
A specialist told me it belongs to dinosaur. :lol:
Anyway, birds and dinosaurs are relatives, right? 8)
Very refreshing photograph Mike. Didn't see snow for a while. Here we are going into the summer instead of winter! :shock:
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Post by beetleman »

meep--meep. No coyote tracks behind them? Very different subject and medium Mike :wink: Clean and fresh.
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