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The backyard paparazzi has been busy snapping and sharing dozens of photos of Wisconsin's largest winged wildlife.

Sandhill cranes

Browse photos of sandhill cranes.

Whooping cranes

Browse photos of whooping cranes.

Eagles

Browse photos of eagles.

Snowy owls

Browse photos of snowy owls.

Herons

Browse photos of herons.

Pelicans

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Tundra swans

Browse photos of tundra swans.

Smaller birds

Browse photos of turkeys, woodpeckers, geese, prairie chickens, loons, hummingbirds, cardinals, blue jays and a variety of other birds.

If you would like to share your shots with Wisconsinoutdoorfun.com's readers, send your photos to Wisconsinoutdoorfun.com site manager Brian Otten at botten@wisconsinoutdoorfun.com or upload them here.

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Browse elk, moose, badger, otter, raccoon, snake, fox, turtle and coyote photos.

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