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I consider myself very fortunate and honored to grab a few pictures of one of our most prominent residents. I hope others will enjoy these pictures.

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observingnature says ... on Thursday, Dec 2 at 11:37 AM

Phenominal! I'd just love to get a close up look at one of those majestic beauties, let alone a picture. Great pic.

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Kaplan says ... on Thursday, Dec 2 at 11:44 AM

Lovely picture Bill. These birds almost went extinct due to the chemicals humans left in the environment. I hope the environment will be protected so future generations can see these rare majestic creatures.

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reoney says ... on Thursday, Dec 2 at 6:32 PM

Fantastic! I have driven many miles hoping to see one. You got some great shots !

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Garrysfoto says ... on Friday, Dec 3 at 9:22 AM

Yes ,its Very Cool to see one up close and personal... I have photographed a Few around Tioga County... There is a Nest on the east end of Highawatha Island they return to every Spring since 2006...And Kap' I Agree, lets keep the Drinking water SAFE

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