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Woodland Creatures

Nature at its best.


Woodland Creatures

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Speeding cars ahead. Hungry crows above. This injured barred owl was in serious danger until the side-of-the-highway rescue by an #LLBean employee. This beautiful bird is now recovering at Avian Haven. We hope it can be eventually released back to the wild. #BarredOwl #owlrescue

Winter waddle

Animals looking adorable in the snow (23 photos)

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Snowflake kisses!

Give us a kiss... - A Polar Bears Tale

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Hungry Anchorage, Alaska backyard visitor. #Moose Photo: Pete Brown via L.L.Bean Facebook

Fox pup - photo via Ivan Kislov. See more of Mr. Kislov's amazing fox photography here: www.boredpanda.co...

Sleeping fox.

The Beauty of Wildlife

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How to Prevent a Bear Attack: www.mensjournal.c...

How to Prevent a Bear Attack

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Bear cub climbing lesson.

Big Bears Teaching Their Teddies How To Bear

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#Moose sighting while hiking in Utah.

Seeing a Bear in the wild is on my bucket list!

Sleeping fox

Bridal Bunny — a love supreme photography : maine wedding photography

Woodland Fairytale Styled Shoot

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Summer is all about finding the perfect water sports sandal.

Twitter / CuteEmergency: sandals game on point ...

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The loon (Minnesota's state bird) is the best of all birds. Here's why.

9 Reasons The Loon Is The Best Bird

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You never know what you'll find at the back yard bird bath. #Deer #Fawn

Bear cubs rescued from dumpster - watch the video to see how it all happened. :)

Fawn ~nesting

We're watching the LIVE #EagleCam from Maine! Could hatch any day after 4/21. www.briloon.org/...

Bunny!

True facts about Owls. Need a laugh? Watch this video.

Lunch with friends.

Have you ever seen a Pine Marten in the wild?

Did you know that red fox in Maine are usually born between March and April? Young fox, called kits, emerge from their dens after about four weeks. The male and the female help care for their young until the kits leave to establish their own territories, usually in the fall. Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Barr. This post originally appeared on the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge page

Though we’ll miss the snow, we’re excited to see flocks of birds return in the spring. Will you recognize these Northeastern birds when they come home?