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Many of the wild animals in the Fan Club were "collected" for us by Wjth Pittwho owns lakefront property in rural Ontario. Steve is an Woman with burmese Astorville dog photographer, whose photo of a boathouse on his property became the cover of Prose to Go: Tales from a Private List.

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This is a type of hawk that resembles an owl. The female is larger than the male, and as many as five femaile will share one male, who does all the hunting for them. Steve Pitt has been photographing ruffed grouse on his property in Rutherglen, Ontario.

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They are fed by the side of the road: These were photographed in Tamil Madu. The other animals were photographed in the foothills of the Chamundi Hills, southwest of Bangalore, some in Mysore in the state of Karnataka.

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Tales from a Private List, found this trio of stray cats on a street outside Madrid: Barbara also enjoyed the antics of the famous Barbary Apes in Gibraltar. They are a distinct species of macaques, and the only wild monkey population in the European continent.

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This pair of Barbary Macaques like to watch tourists on the street below: And this guy is just strolling along. Notice his long "fingers". Flora Hagenguth is a purebred calico Persian, who was a brought to Egypt from Thailand to join the furry gang in Cairo.

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Look closely and you'll see the distinct track of a snowshoe hare, which we spotted in the snow in our front yard. Bobbi thinks they nibble on the pine cones in our winter planters. Noel Russo, sent us this photo of her friend, Drew, holding two puffer fish while they were at the beach in Woman with burmese Astorville dog.

Barbara and Pierre happened to catch these sea turtles in the process of hatching on the beach. Here they are, waddling away from their discarded shells.

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Dan's connection to us is that he's one of Bobbi's former students at The Latin School of Chicagowhere his class just celebrated their 50th reunion. Helen Woman with burmese Astorville dog Russo is in Montana for the holidays, and captured this young mule deer bull near their property, and next door, the neighbor's horse, Roxy.

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Also in Seoul, this magpie: Colby saw this dog when she visited Da Nang, Vietnam: Steve Pitt saw these redwing blackbirds and grackles on the lawn in front of his home. Don Duquette was driving on a busy street in Gatineau, Quebec, when these turkeys crossed the street and then gathered on the lawn of this house. Steve Pitt grabbed his camera when he saw this ruffled grouse on his lawn in Rutherglen, Hairy black man Raleigh nude.

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Yet another species he's added to the Fan Club! Steve captured this battle between a Blue Jay and a Sharp-skinned Hawk.

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Barbara Bunce-Demeules sent us more photos from her recent trip. Here are geese crossing the road in Helsinki, Finland. A seagull in Norway A horse in Oslo. Here's one, persuading a visitor to adopt her: Steve Pitt saw these carp in the river in Brussels.

They started life as pet goldfish, thenreleased into the sewer system. Gord Gibb Astorgille, writer and broadcaster in Peterborough, Ontario, discovered this spider outside his window.

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