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Seven Bridges by Tom Pipia on Capture Wisconsin // Walking into the Seven Bridges area of Grant Park

Leaning Silo by Dave Posaas on Capture Wisconsin // Held together by a wire cage this silo endures because of someone's efforts to preserve it. The barn is nicely maintained...

White-throated Sparrow by Dave Posaas on Capture Wisconsin // White-throated Sparrow are you pondering life's meaning so contemplative and day dreaming? there there little white-throated sparrow! lost your nest in some farmer's furrow? Oh I know maybe I project, that maybe there are things to forget, but let me say in your own cute way, in sparrow speak I bet you have a lot to say. about nature's rule upon your stay and all the dangers you slay. yes life is harsh and sometimes not, but ther...

Fifty Years Ago by Kathleen Sletten on Capture Wisconsin // Been sittin' here a loooong time!

Sunrise on the Turtle by Ferdy Goode on Capture Wisconsin // Sunrise on the Turtle

Amethyst Sunset by Loren Zemlicka on Capture Wisconsin // A July sunset over a field of lavender flowers

Foggy Morning by Ben Russell on Capture Wisconsin // The sunrise and fog combined to create a beautiful glow in this scene at Governor Dodge State Park

Green Waves by Phil Koch on Capture Wisconsin // Mauthe Lake area at sunrise

My Mind's Eye by Dale Crass on Capture Wisconsin //

Mr. Iridescent by John Heino on Capture Wisconsin. Tree swallows are among my favorite birds, but they pose a challenge to photograph in flight--a gonzo ballet of erratic swoops.

Water Drop Splash by Michael Friske on Capture Wisconsin // Colore background reflected in water

Water Drop by Michael Friske on Capture Wisconsin // Flash Photography

Bald Eagle by Jewels Johnson on Capture Wisconsin // Lunchtime!

Sandhill Crane by Jewels Johnson on Capture Wisconsin // Practicing my in-flight captures at Goose Pond

Snowy Owl by Jewels Johnson on Capture Wisconsin // A perfect picture to end the full day of hunting snowy owls.

Northern Shoveler by Jewels Johnson on Capture Wisconsin // Went out on a cloudy day to Goose Pond and saw my first shoveler. I had no idea they were so beautiful.

Male Bufflehead by Jewels Johnson on Capture Wisconsin // Aren't these guys to darn cute! Found him at 9 Springs E-Way,

Red-tail Hawk by Jewels Johnson on Capture Wisconsin // Got lucky to get this guy just after he had caught his lunch at 9 Springs E-Way

Green-Wing Teal by Jewels Johnson on Capture Wisconsin // While trying to zoom in on far-away ducks, this cutie swam right past me as I was about to leave.

Male Wood Duck by Jewels Johnson on Capture Wisconsin // My first capture of a wood duck

Best Buds by Sue Anderson Crass on Capture Wisconsin // These old guys are inseparable. Best friends for 8 years!

The Green Heron by Cari Enger on Capture Wisconsin // Feeding primarily on fish, the green heron is one of very few tool-using bird species and uses a variety of baits and lures, including insects, earthworms, twigs or feathers, to entice fish to where it can grab them. This versatile, intelligent predator has a rather large bill for its size and, as such, can feed on a variety of other large prey, including frogs, reptiles, small mammals and crustaceans. It feeds by day and night in shallow...


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