Variety – Carnivores, Omnivores, Herbivores and Scenery!


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Day two in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee, USA. Today we encounter a variety of species.

White-tailed Deer, a herbivore, in the early morning …20140610 - CS2_2868 - E

Wild Turkey, later in the day, …20140610 - CS2_2962 - E

Coyote, a carnivore, hunting just after the first rain …20140610 - CS2_3093 - E

Another Black Bear, an omnivore, creating a traffic jam with its appearance  …20140610 - CS2_3161 - E

and some very beautiful scenery – the view from the continental divide!20140610 - IMG_0137 - E

Another great day in the park 🙂




10 Replies to “Variety – Carnivores, Omnivores, Herbivores and Scenery!”

  1. Love the pictures and I really need to make this trip. It is to close not too. Thanks for sharing. 

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  2. I love the Great Smoky Nat’l Park. I’m from NC, and love to visit the Smokies! Living in SD just isn’t the same. You had some great captures here Chris! Especially the deer, the coyote and the bear 🙂

  3. I agree with all the comments. Photos are fantastic!! I learned something new through your comments. There are several contentinal divides in the US. The one here references the Eastern Divide.

  4. I’m glad you are enjoying my original part of the state!! It’s a great place. (Frances, docent that saw both of your great presentations here.)

  5. Looks like you had a great time. Awesome pictures too. You pick a good time to go and see all the bear. The little ones are so cute.

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