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mapo wrote:But, I wonder, is anyone else surprised when guests whip out their camera device(s) to take pics of just regular animal around the parks?
I mean seriously, take a picture of a bunny or a pigeon or a duck?? Really?
When you live/work at WDW, it's easy to forget that in the rest of the world, rabbits won't come up to you, tap on your knee, and ask to share your salad. "Wildlife" photography is remarkably easy at the parks due to the lack of common sense shown by the animals and birds there.
Sorta like the guests! Hmm, is it only our cast ID that keeps us from going stupid too?
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I would be one of those people taking pictures of the animals. What can I say I am a former zoo keeper, licensed veterinary technician and an all around animal person. People not so much.
As for the hawk and rabbit incident I would have had no issues with watching nature doing what nature does. As much as I was upset a couple years ago at losing a turkey I was still thrilled to see a bobcat in the wild. And I have spent the past few years trying to outsmart a fox who insists on having chicken for dinner every so often. Or at least attempting to have chicken for dinner. Last year the fox had little luck and had to go elsewhere for a free meal.
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Just say, they are not a Disney employee and can eat where and when they want too