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Posts Made By: Tyler Allred

May 21, 2003 03:56 PM Forum: Birding Optics and Photos

Fresh Turkey Vulture!

Posted By Tyler Allred

Taken today at my jobsite, through the eyepiece of the Swarovski ATS65.

May 21, 2003 04:00 PM Forum: Birding Optics and Photos

What jawana do? (Jungle Book Quote)

Posted By Tyler Allred

Another from today.

May 22, 2003 11:05 PM Forum: Birding Optics and Photos

Canada Geese with Goslings

Posted By Tyler Allred

Taken at the Bear River Bird Refuge, in northern Utah, with a Nikon 4300 through the eyepiece of a Celestron 5.

May 22, 2003 11:15 PM Forum: Birding Optics and Photos

Sandhill Crane with muley background

Posted By Tyler Allred

I had two chances for this shot....I blew the chance at the first bird (bad focus), but the second bird walked in just the right place I got a decent shot.

May 23, 2003 03:11 PM Forum: Wildlife Photography

Another Utah Muley

Posted By Tyler Allred

One more from last fall....taken near Deer Creek Reservoir.

May 23, 2003 07:18 PM Forum: Wildlife Photography

May 23, 2003 10:34 PM Forum: Birding Optics and Photos

Great Pics Cal!

Posted By Tyler Allred

All very nice!

May 24, 2003 06:03 AM Forum: Wildlife Photography

May 24, 2003 06:17 AM Forum: Wildlife Photography

Another Something Different

Posted By Tyler Allred

These are egg masses from the Columbia Spotted Frog, which is petitioned for listing as a Threatened or Endangered Species. The egg masses are small and dark after they are deposited, but quickly swell and fill with fluid. This photo shows egg masses in both stages.

We have done lots of habitat restoration for these frogs, and are having some success. This year our target population (Heber Valley) had a 10% increase, while in other parts of the state (Utah), numbers were decreasing.

May 24, 2003 06:53 AM Forum: Birding Optics and Photos

Message to Kurt

Posted By Tyler Allred

Let us know what camera and scope you are using for all these great shots....and let us know when the Maxview arrives. I can't wait to see the photos and hear how well everything works.