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User Image mgledouxphotography Posted: Nov 25, 2017 2:45 AM (UTC)
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This great gray owl is locked in and only moments from making a kill. This image was made well after sunset and in very low light.
User Image tiberious669 Posted: Nov 25, 2017 2:45 AM (UTC)
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Trying to hard to keep formation. What little troopers #summer #summerdays #river #wildlife #birds
User Image flukeprintphotography Posted: Nov 25, 2017 2:45 AM (UTC)
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The king of Kachemak Bay—Orcinus orca. Kachemak Bay, located in south central Alaska near Homer, is one of the richest marine ecosystems in Alaska. It is fed by multiple glaciers and river systems, creating nutrient-rich waters that support a huge variety of marine invertebrates, fish, seabirds, and marine mammals. The most impressive of its visitors is the killer whale—they do not live here year round, but when they arrive, they make quite the impression. Resident killer whales, transient killer whales, and rarely, offshore killer whales visit Kachemak Bay. Resident pods that are seen here include AD5, AP, AX85, and other pods that are yet to be identified. #orca #killerwhale #alaska #kachemakbay #homeralaska #whale #whalewatching #cetacean #blackfish #seaworldsucks #pacificnorthwest #westcoast #ocean #nature #sea #wildlife
User Image cipcirip Posted: Nov 25, 2017 2:43 AM (UTC)
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Run little kangaroo, run 🏃

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