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post #16 of (permalink) Old 11-26-2004, 01:10 AM
 
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Some Goat!
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post #17 of (permalink) Old 11-26-2004, 01:13 AM
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Apparently this goat free solos harder rock climbs than I can. Needle Peak.
Cool! I saw goat tracks at the small pond near the summit of the Needle, never saw the goat though [8D]
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I have also seen piles of bear shit on inaccessible-seeming ledges on the 4th Class Northeast ridge of Needle Peak, several times. I guess the goats have to climb this well to outclimb the bears.
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post #19 of (permalink) Old 11-27-2004, 08:58 AM
 
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Pemberton area


(these 2 bears were playing with each other in and out of the water)
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...

This big fella caught me lunching on the Vedder River in July... no zoom... it was 18" away from me...

Then his missus showed up and 3 kits... one of which ran over my boot, like I wasn't there...

C'Jack...

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Fantastic shots everyone! [8D]

Here's my contribution from a trip to the Seymour Demo Forest
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Is that a Seymour Dragon?
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By golly, it just might be, Dru! Although the poor little fella was pretty cold when we ran into him. Maybe his pilot light was out?
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Near the top of Mt. Strachan yesterday. Forgot the damn loaf of bread!
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put this pic in another thread too...but whatever. it fits here.
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I love this thread! Sort of like being an armchair naturalist.
In December 2003 we hiked in Costa Rica.

Here is a cayman.

THis is a scarlet macaw that had once been tame and had been released. It was a regular at a ranger station that we hiked to.
These are greater curacaos ...A kind of wild turkey.They are quite tame in the national park.


Coati, a Neotropical cousin of a racoon. They learn to beg. just like raccons.


And last of all, a well camouflaged iguana.


It was an amazing trip. Someday I should write a TR for CT.

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It was an amazing trip. Someday I should write a TR for CT.
Indeed you should! Cool pix [8D]
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Thanks Jimbo.

Is your "Seymour Dragon" actually a newt? Did it have red spots on its belly? How far from water did you find it? Amphibians are fascinating.

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Great photos, everyone!!
Marc, it took me a moment to figure out the "eye of goose" shot. Before I clicked to enlarge it, I thought it was a small lake at the bottom of a rocky gully, with the snowline visible above, shot from a high mountaintop. But it looked weird, so I was compelled to stare at it for a bit. Where is the goose, I wondered? Funny how the mind plays tricks.
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Found this one frozen into the ice on the way to an ice climb

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