got some shots of this yellow-rumped (Audubon) warbler at Magnuson Park yesterday... he was flitting about in a willow about 30 feet away in some nice
stopped off at Pine Ridge with a friend this afternoon to see if we could spot the owl or the pileated woodpeckers. heard the owl(s), but never saw any,
this little fella was flitting about in the branches, but paused for just a moment as he was leaving, and i got this shot... 7DII, 550m, 1/1600 @f/8
i have plenty of shots of these little guys, but they's such little hams, and so photogenic, i just can't resist 'em! this little fella was looking up
Our local resident bald eagle season runs from mid-October through mid-August. The eagles disappear from mid-August through mid-October. I don't know
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If anyone is interested in tracking our Edmonds area wildlife, here is my Edmonds Wildlife thread for 2013:
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pretty much... he was about 30 feet back from the road, directly across from the retention pond. and about 8 feet off the ground. the female was in the
Good shots. Was the pileated where I told you I saw the pair earlier this week?
it's on the causeway, just south of that information kiosk/gateway thing... there's a dead snag on the left side, and the nest is in the lower part of
I haven't either, but I've seen some photos of it. Do you know which boardwalk it's on? Hopefully you'll have better luck next time!
I haven't seen them on the nest either...nice shots by the way
Why am I not surprised, Bill
Someone recently told me that there is a small pond at the NE corner of the Meadowdale Playfields, the softball park where I photograph the osprey nest.
Great shot. We had just discussed how difficult it is to photograph red-winged blackbirds. You probably hand fed this one.
After bathing in Willow Creek on the south side of the marsh, the eagle perched on a telephone pole beside the tracks to dry off. It watched a southbound
Thursday morning (4/16) a southbound freight had two of Boeing's birds trailing the engines as it passed the marsh.
thanks, Tyler! i took a peek as i went by, but there didn't appear to be anyone home... maybe next time! i'll be heading back down there this weekend...
this red-winged blackbird had caught itself a crane fly and flew to this cattail to eat it. i got a shot of the bird enjoying its snack... 7DII, 256mm,
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stopped off at Pine Ridge with a friend this afternoon to see if we could spot the owl or the pileated woodpeckers. heard the owl(s), but never saw...