long drive for an evening, but Cannon Beach has never disappointed me yet... well, not completely, anyway! i actually was hoping it'd be clear so
At 62 pages, the original Edmonds wildlife thread was getting a bit cumbersome, so I am starting a new one for 2014. This will also help me in the year
The schedule for the 2014 Puget Sound Bird Fest in Edmonds (9/5-7/14) has been posted online.
I have checked 3 books to identify this bird and been unsuccessful.
I had put the tri-pod and camera away and was just heading out when I spotted
I enjoyed spending time with this young PIGU at Semiahmoo yesterday morning.
Had to get my feet wet but it was worth it. Lots of diving/foraging
I made it out to Swan Island Dahlias located in Canby, Oregon on Friday. Here's some photos...
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thanks, Chad... though catching the fog didn't require any panning or other "moving target" techniques... but it was part of the appeal
Nice captures! Way to catch the fog rolling up over the shore. At a glance it looks like some pretty wild waves. Good work!
Thanks. The warbler was farther away than I would have liked as well as being in constant motion among the branches and in & out of the shadows.
Be sure to visit our photo exhibits at the Edmonds public library and the Frances Anderson Center, which run through 8-12-14.
These are nice. I like the light along with the color in these!
Monday (8/25) I went to the fish hatchery for a change of pace and to avoid the distorting heat waves of the marsh. In Joe's black-throated gray warbler
osprey's diet is 99% fish. they don't care if the fish are fresh water or salt (osprey live in landlocked states like Montana and happily fish in lakes
That's why we keep practicing.
Nice shots! I'm a big fan of Great Blues and I never pass on a chance to spend time with one.
I have developed a new interest in the resident herons, which are providing artsy shots in the evening.
I have been spending evenings at the marsh in the hopes of spotting the elusive merlin.
I didn't see the merlin Sunday (8/24), but I
I'm not a photo flower child, but I think these are great.
Good shots. In their non-breeding and juvie plumages, guillemots are sometimes hard to distinguish from murres at a distance.
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long drive for an evening, but Cannon Beach has never disappointed me yet... well, not completely, anyway! ;) i actually was hoping it'd be clear...