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On 1/7/2022 at 10:32 AM, allen sklar said:

That's a nice pic....remember we had 9 fish that day.....

A few months ago an accident separated (completely) my shoulder tendons from the bone, ruptured bicep, and badly tore my lone remaining tendon. ....surgeon says just live with it but no more casting. After three months I can lift my camera for a few seconds but that's it. It was a good 25 years though.

Allen,

I have always enjoyed your photographs. Hope you can recover some of your mobility. Ignore the doctors, but do everything the PT people tell you to do.

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Green-winged Teal backcountry today. Peregrine was overhead but I was unaware when I first saw the ducks. They kept low avoiding the deadly high speed swoop dive.

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1 hour ago, allen sklar said:

Green-winged Teal backcountry today. Peregrine was overhead but I was unaware when I first saw the ducks. They kept low avoiding the deadly high speed swoop dive.

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Allen are the birds on schedule or are you seeing a little different pattern?

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20 hours ago, allen sklar said:

Green-winged Teal backcountry today. Peregrine was overhead but I was unaware when I first saw the ducks. They kept low avoiding the deadly high speed swoop dive.

 

Teal in January, you must be in Texas or Louisiana.

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I took my dog for a walk yesterday in a nature preserve near my house and she found this injured red-tail hawk just off the trail.  It was clearly injured and could barely move; I think it's wing was broken.  I managed to wrangle it in to my jacket and delivered it to tri-state bird rescue in Newark, DE.  Hopefully they can fix it up.

 

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16 hours ago, ATBfish said:

Bald Eagle on the side of RT. 24 near rehobeth wal mart 

I get them in my back yard every time I throw a drum carcass out back after fileting it....When they land - the buzzards scatter !

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Speaking of buzzards, one sure fire way to mess with your neighbor,  throw a snakehead carcass or 2 on their roof (helps if it is a rancher)

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Posted (edited)

Not nearly as big as stripers, corbinas are fun to catch and are a target surf species in Southern California.  My son caught our first this year on a soft-shell sand crab.

 

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Posted (edited)

A cali ‘whiting’….

 

maybe we can start calling them Corbinas here?

 

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