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    squirl033

    Varied thrush

    Thread Starter: squirl033

    Been "holed up" for a while due to weather, but managed to get out for most of the afternoon today. Was looking for a rumored pygmy owl, but

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    Bill Anderson

    Skagit Trip 2-19-18

    Thread Starter: Bill Anderson

    My son and I made a trip to Skagit County on Presidents Day in search of the elusive short-eared owl. Although I have seen many of them in the past,

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    fiznatty

    Adapting to Life as a Traveling Dad

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    My latest article focuses on how I've had to adjust to parenthood. For someone who travels for work and photography, some concessions

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    Bob

    New in the Gallery: Oak tree

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    A new image has been posted to the photo gallery:

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    Bill Anderson

    Wildlife of Edmonds, WA. 2018

    Thread Starter: Bill Anderson

    A new year means a new thread. The afternoon of New Year's day I took the 7DII + 500L telephoto lens + 1.4x teleconverter + tripod out to the fishing

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    Bill Anderson

    Parkscapes

    Thread Starter: Bill Anderson

    I'll use this thread to post photos of local parks that I visit while looking for birds to photograph.

    Yost Park, Edmonds, WA.

    Last Post By: Bill Anderson 02-16-2018, 10:42 AM Go to last post
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    Bill Anderson

    Varied thrush

    They are at it again. Definitely two different birds as one's trill is a lower pitch than the other's. If I were Rocky, they would fly up to my back

    Bill Anderson Today, 09:14 AM Go to last post
    Bill Anderson

    Varied thrush

    For the past few mornings I have heard a pair of varied thrush about three houses away calling to each other. I wish they were in my yard.

    Bill Anderson Yesterday, 11:15 PM Go to last post
    Bill Anderson

    Skagit Trip 2-19-18

    After the owl and harrier flew away, I positioned myself to take some artsy photos with Skagit Bay and the Olympic Mountains in the background.

    Bill Anderson Yesterday, 02:52 PM Go to last post
    Bill Anderson

    Skagit Trip 2-19-18

    A large eagle nest is on the other side of the access road. Local birders have named the pair Martha and George. I stopped to photograph the single

    Bill Anderson Yesterday, 02:31 PM Go to last post
    Bill Anderson

    Skagit Trip 2-19-18

    Our last stop (and last chance) for a short-eared owl sighting was a DFW site off Fir Island Rd. which has recently undergone restoration.

    Bill Anderson Yesterday, 02:26 PM Go to last post
    Bill Anderson

    Skagit Trip 2-19-18

    The hawk left the tree and perched on driftwood and a dead tree in the slough.








    Bill Anderson Yesterday, 02:21 PM Go to last post
    Bill Anderson

    Skagit Trip 2-19-18

    Next stop was Wylie Slough, a DFW site on Fir island.

    A (Coopers/sharp-shinned?) hawk was perched in a tree near the entrance to the east

    Bill Anderson Yesterday, 02:14 PM Go to last post
    Bill Anderson

    Skagit Trip 2-19-18

    Our next stop was the end of Rawlings Rd. on Fir Island by Skagit Bay near the North Fork of the Skagit River.

    The temperature remained

    Bill Anderson Yesterday, 02:07 PM Go to last post
    Bill Anderson

    Skagit Trip 2-19-18

    The best show was put on by the northern harriers that patrol the area.




    One flushed several meadowlarks that were

    Bill Anderson Yesterday, 02:01 PM Go to last post
    Bill Anderson

    Skagit Trip 2-19-18

    Closeup shots included a western meadowlark,


    a female kestrel,






    and two

    Bill Anderson Yesterday, 01:55 PM Go to last post
    Bill Anderson

    Skagit Trip 2-19-18

    My son and I made a trip to Skagit County on Presidents Day in search of the elusive short-eared owl. Although I have seen many of them in the past,

    Bill Anderson Yesterday, 01:49 PM Go to last post
    fiznatty

    Adapting to Life as a Traveling Dad



    My latest article focuses on how I've had to adjust to parenthood. For someone who travels for work and photography, some concessions

    fiznatty Yesterday, 08:25 AM Go to last post
    Bill Anderson

    Varied thrush

    Very nice consolation prize.

    Bill Anderson Yesterday, 12:03 AM Go to last post
    squirl033

    Varied thrush

    Been "holed up" for a while due to weather, but managed to get out for most of the afternoon today. Was looking for a rumored pygmy owl, but

    squirl033 02-19-2018, 10:13 PM Go to last post
    Bob

    New in the Gallery: Oak tree

    A new image has been posted to the photo gallery:

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    Bob 02-19-2018, 08:30 PM Go to last post
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