hurricane wilma damage and recovery

By: 1953 , 11:38 AM GMT on April 04, 2006

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We have recovered from Wilma

HURICANE WILMA (1953)
HURICANE WILMA
AFTER HURICANE WILMA (1953)
AFTER HURICANE WILMA
Mama shooing me off. (1953)
Mama  shooing me off.
Papa with wings spread (1953)
It is getting hot, need to spread the wings to cool off.
Papa with wings spread
At first there are 5 (1953)
At first there are 5
I may as well sit and eat. (1953)
Papa brought frog for breakfast
I may as well sit and eat.
The Three Muskateers (1953)
The chicks are getting quite brave,
The Three Muskateers
Now we are eye to eye (1953)
Now we are eye to eye
I'm getting hissssst at (1953)
Mamma is getting anoyed with me
I'm getting hissssst at
The four Amigos (1953)
The four Amigos
Busy eating frog (1953)
Busy eating frog
Priceless expression (1953)
Priceless expression
The Buck, (1953)
The Buck,
Come on girls, lets go. (1953)
Come on girls, lets go.
4 Does, a Buck, and a Yearling (1953)
4 Does, a Buck, and a Yearling
More apples please... (1953)
More apples please...
The Buck, and a doe. (1953)
Getting an apple out of the snow
The Buck, and a doe.
The Buck, (1953)
The Buck,
Colorado Winter, (1953)
Colorado Winter,
Colorado Winter, (1953)
Colorado Winter,
Colorado Winter, (1953)
Colorado Winter,
Colorado Winter, (1953)
Colorado Winter,

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9. DaveFive
3:26 PM GMT on January 12, 2014
Hello 1953,
I like the photos of the owl and the deer. That first picture of the house after hurricane Wilma is really something.
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7. apriljohn
2:30 AM GMT on December 07, 2011
Really meaningful and wonderful photos. I've enjoyed watching the owls funny to look. Thanks for sharing. Keep up the good work. Hope to see more photos from you.

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6. Highdesertskye
5:23 AM GMT on July 19, 2011
These are phenomenal photos! The owls.. just incredible. Clearly images taken by a person who loves wildlife. The "priceless expression" is aptly titled. I also am grateful for the fact the deer are appreciated for their beauty rather than.. well, you know.. :) Thank you so much for sharing these images.. like many others, my only views of owls have been and are at night (or in nature films, which are much more impersonal).

ps: happy you survived & recovered from "Wilma".
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5. notfarfromwater
2:16 AM GMT on August 27, 2007
I have never seen an owl during day time, or this close. All of pictures are wonderful. Thank you for posting them.
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4. TomNash
6:07 AM GMT on June 18, 2007
Awesome - specially the "Eye To Eye", and "The 4 Amigos"; also the "Priceless Expression", which shows a genuine curiosity in something 'outside their world'! Had no idea they were that accustomed to people; and day birds at that.
Regards,
Tom
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3. FLAnative
11:06 PM GMT on August 25, 2006
Hey! 1953! Where are you? We have these owls all over. Several families live in my neighborhood. Wonderful pictures. Our city has a 24/7 "owlcam"
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2. billsfaninsofla
3:17 PM GMT on May 16, 2006
1953... wow, where are you located?
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1. Sheraqueenofthebeach
2:52 PM GMT on May 16, 2006
I had to post a comment in your blog after I saw the picture of the Burrowing Owl chicks! Too neat!

You should post a pictorial of your photos of mom, dad and babies. SIX!

Thank you for posting those shots!
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