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Oh that's ok! He deserves recognition and I guess his name isn't on this one, just the other one. What a guy. Takes a lot of patience to do what he does.
I was just so amazed to see something like this I had to investigate and thought others would like to know the story behind the photos. I didn't see his name on the photos but didn't mean any harm. Sorry.
His name shows on the photo so I didn't think I needed to name him. I got this from a friend. I've never heard of 5 surviving before. Pretty amazing.
She's obviously a good mother and provider. They all look so healthy.
Taken by Tom Sears in 2007 after he spent 4 hrs./day 7 days/wk for six weeks until he got this shot. He continued to hear of others seeing all six together all summer and into the fall but stayed away so they didn't become accustomed to him. Then he didn't hear anymore about them and hoped they were safe and hibernating. The nest spring he hopes he might see them again and photograph them again together and on April 25, 2008 he was lucky enough to do just that. See beatlecarols next post. These photos were taken and are credited to Tom Sears.