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Re: Interesting Hazards? 8 years 1 month ago #53081

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Re: Interesting Hazards? 8 years 1 month ago #53086

I am unwinding from my trip.. I have some great shots of some hazards from Las Vegeas .. I have to set some up then I will post..

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Re: Interesting Hazards? 8 years 1 month ago #53095

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I've seen a Gator hanging out with a crossbow arrow in it's neck. It didn't seem to mind.

I've also seen fish fall from the sky (dropped by Ospreys) and we have sandhill cranes (4 feet tall!) that hang out on golf courses during the Winter. They are not scared by people at all.
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Once we were on the green and one guy in our foursome looked back at his cart to find a very large crow sitting on the cupholder part rooting around in the drivers side glovebox area. We yelled at the beast thinking it was trying to get some peanut butter crackers when it decided to fly away...with the guys keys in its beak!

Once we realized what the crow had taken we all began shouting and throwing stuff at the bird. It finally dropped the keys about 20 yards back down the fairway.

Crows like shiny objects.
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Re: Interesting Hazards? 8 years 1 month ago #53102

GolfDawg wrote:
Once we were on the green and one guy in our foursome looked back at his cart to find a very large crow sitting on the cupholder part rooting around in the drivers side glovebox area. We yelled at the beast thinking it was trying to get some peanut butter crackers when it decided to fly away...with the guys keys in its beak!

Once we realized what the crow had taken we all began shouting and throwing stuff at the bird. It finally dropped the keys about 20 yards back down the fairway.

Crows like shiny objects.

You better cover that head of yours then ! :pinch:
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sonofagunn wrote:
I've seen a Gator hanging out with a crossbow arrow in it's neck. It didn't seem to mind.

I've also seen fish fall from the sky (dropped by Ospreys) and we have sandhill cranes (4 feet tall!) that hang out on golf courses during the Winter. They are not scared by people at all.

I see more ducks and geese on the course than when hunting do Sandhills don't surprise me!


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