Avatars (the little picture by your name)

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M Gravlee

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Dec 20, 2003
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Perdido Key FL USA
I've uploaded all the pictures on our Breeds site http://cattle-today.com to the Avatars Gallery. So you can pick your favorite breed. Just make sure you are logged in and click on the "Profile" tab at the top of the page and click on the "Show gallery" button near the bottom. Or change "Select category:" in the Avatar Gallery and see many different avatars. Then click in the little circle under the picture you like, then click the yellow "Select avatar" button at the bottom of the page. Then click the "Submit" button.

Or better yet upload a picture of your bull, brand, ranch logo or your own picture. Uploaded avatars can be no larger than 100 pixels high or wide and maximum 9 kB file size.

If you don't have photo editing software and your image file ends in .gif you can crop and resize it here: http://www.gifworks.com/image_editor.html
File>Open Image and find the gif on your computer by clicking the Browse button and upload it. Click on Resize and change the largest number to 100. Right click on the small image anc choose "Save as" and save to your computer and then upload to this site.

If it is a photo and the file name ends with .jpg go here:
leave everything as is except at the bottom select "Max W&H pixels:" and enter 100. It will create you a small thumbnail photo you can save to your computer and then upload to this site.

Just click on the "Profile" tab at the top of the page. Registered users can change their avatar anytime they wish. Any change is applied to all your posts.

If you have a problem, let me know.
Its width can be no greater than 80 pixels, the height no greater than 80 pixels, and the file size no more than 6 KB.
Hey, I like the bald eagle. We have one wintering here at the ranch in Mississippi. He must be lost! We've always had osprys, but this is the first bald eagle.
It's only the second one I've seen in MO. Tons of hawks. I had heard rumors that one was spotted wintering on the river about 1/2 mile from here, but it's the first time I've seen it. Not too bad a shot for a digital camara.

When I moved here, 13 years ago, there was 1 recorded pair of Bald Eagles that nested in Nebraska, now they're pretty abundant pretty much all over the state. We see eagles all the time.

Ann B
We have one here in the Trinty River bottoms. I pulled over and wathched him for a few minutes. First one I've seen in years.
We've had one eating on a neighbors dead calf. They follow the geese and ducks through and one or two stay for the winter
If I change the picture, does it go back and change all of the ones that already posted or do the ones that are there stay the same?

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