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ziphius
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6/29/2015
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Alex spotted a family of 3 cubs and a mom up ahead on the trail yesterday in the Lagunas. I never saw Mom but managed to fumble my camera out in time to fire off a few shots.






A few other critters seen during the day:


Coast patch-nosed snake


Gopher snake


Other stuff


View towards Granite Mtn




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6/29/2015
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All great stuff..I am a sucker for wildlife, love the moth shot for sure...

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6/30/2015
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Nice pics Jim! More animals than an Marlin Perkins episode smile
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tommy750 wrote:
Nice pics Jim! More animals than an Marlin Perkins episode smile
OMG..forgot all about that show.....Thumbs Up



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ziphius
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7/1/2015
ziphius
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Ah yes, 'Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom!". Probably one of the shows responsible for my career path as a biologist. Alex and I managed to ID the two butterflies: Edward's Blue (Hemiargus ceraunus gyas). Source: The Butterflies of San Diego County by Kojiro Shiraiwa.

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7/1/2015
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Jim (ziphius) wrote:
Ah yes, 'Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom!". Probably one of the shows responsible for my career path as a biologist.


So Marlin Perkins is to Biologists what Indiana Jones is to Archaeologists? I get it.
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7/1/2015
ziphius
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tommy750 wrote:
Jim (ziphius) wrote:
Ah yes, 'Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom!". Probably one of the shows responsible for my career path as a biologist.


So Marlin Perkins is to Biologists what Indiana Jones is to Archaeologists? I get it.


smile Yep. Today, budding biologists have David Attenborough to look up to. [worth the 2 minutes]

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