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Old 05-22-2020, 04:28 PM   #61
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This guy was admiring himself in the chrome bumper for hours, then jumped up on the hood before taking off.
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Old 05-29-2020, 02:58 AM   #62
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One time while traveling on US-95 in southern AZ, we spotted this wild Burro someone captured and fenced-in, so we stopped for pictures. It was quite friendly.

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Old 05-29-2020, 07:24 PM   #63
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There are a few Snowy Egrets that hang around at Rancho California RV Resort.
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Old 05-30-2020, 05:10 PM   #64
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No photos, but last weeks trip from Portland to Boise. Seen 9 big horn sheep, around 15 elk, 6-8 white tail deer, 1 mule deer, 1 coyote all standing nearby I-84 in Oregon. 2 more trips planned this week before we live in the TT at a RV park for up to 2 weeks before closing on the new house in Fruitland, ID.
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Old 05-30-2020, 05:37 PM   #65
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There are a few Snowy Egrets that hang around at Rancho California RV Resort.

You have a few very nice pictures here. A birder by chance?
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This doe and her two tag-a-longs were spotted and photographed by my wife last evening. She was in the process of cleaning them both when we first spotted them, but she got nervous before the iphone appeared and she chose to move on. They were as small as any fawn we have ever seen.
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Old 06-04-2020, 09:37 AM   #67
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One time while traveling on US-95 in southern AZ, we spotted this wild Burro someone captured and fenced-in, so we stopped for pictures. It was quite friendly.

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A beautiful classic specimen. If you enjoy wild burros, we have very healthy and very visible herds in our area, at both Lake Pleasant Park and Alamo Lake, both with very nice RV parks. We joke about all the signage at Alamo Lake about picking up after your dog, yet all the RV slots are strewn with piles of donkey poop.

Shortly after we bought our place in 2000, a wild colt (9 mo.) of this pattern came in through our gate and decided he liked our lawn better than the desert. We officially adopted him from the BLM and have had him now for 20 years. He's the sweetest burro you've ever encountered. Schmoozes all our guests for head rubs and treats.
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