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Desert Photo Retreat - Summer 2018

9 monthes ago   |   By Niebrugge Images

A red-tailed hawk was a regular visitor - it even would take baths in the “water hole”.
We took a very short trip to Arizona this week to check on the Desert Photo Retreat. Thanks to a squirrel eating through the power cord to the solar panel, my auto bird feeder didn't work, but my water system seemed to work well. But, the most fun was going through the game cam to see who was visiting. Had all the regulars - the gray fox pair had 3 young which was so exciting! The javelina had two babies, even the skunk had a little one! Also had deer, coyote, numerous birds and more. Here are a few of...
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