In July I headed to South Africa to do a bit of location scouting and to lead a photo safari. It was a highly successful trip, from which I'll share
Another new year, another new thread.
If anyone is interested in tracking our Edmonds area wildlife, here is my Edmonds Wildlife thread
It had been awhile since the last trip down.
Pied-billed grebe in winter plumage.
Painted turtles enjoying
Another sunset ferry shot from the Edmonds pier on Wednesday evening... Mt Baker in the background. Formatted for a 10c20 print.
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Thanks Bill! Definitely one of the main highlights of the trip, and it happened on Day One!
The first day of autumn saw an osprey perched in one of the tall trees on Daley St., just east of 7th Ave. I have previously photographed osprey and
The gallery photos of the eagle and heron fighting are quite spectacular.
I'm not so sure, Bill... the wing shape doesn't look right for a harrier... it's too pointed, and the wing bends backward more than a harrier's normally
While wrapping up Saturday afternoon (9/10) Bird Fest activities at the marsh, I spotted a mystery raptor circling Pt. Edwards while being chased by a
Good shots, Deka. I'm kinda thinking the grebe is an immature bird, rather than an adult in winter plumage. Their actual plumage doesn't look all that
Good shots. I haven't been there for awhile either.
I like this one better than the other one due to Mt. Baker in the background.
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In July I headed to South Africa to do a bit of location scouting and to lead a photo safari. It was a highly successful trip, from which I'll share...