this little fella popped up in front of me near the west platform at Juanita, in some gorgeous evening light that really accented his colors... 7D, 150-600
New year, new thread.
If anyone is interested in tracking our Edmonds area wildlife, here is my Edmonds Wildlife thread for 2013:
I'll use this thread to post photos of local parks that I visit while looking for birds to photograph.
Yost Park, Edmonds, WA.
I took these two shots of a raccoon on Sunday in SE Portland. Not the best light as it was about 5pm with the sun directly behind him. Nice little challenge
I take sunset photos in various locations along Puget Sound in Edmonds, WA. The location varies with the season as the sunset travels up and down the
Max's recent photos of the long-eared and short-eared owls reminded me that it is time to start a new edition of the annual owl thread that JaniceL started
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Great colors, Rocky - first time I have seen them this intense!
I stopped by the Pt. Edwards detention pond today (a rainy Friday) to see if the Hooded Mergansers were still there. I managed a couple of shots while
Wow, Bill! Great shots!
Going back through my photos, I realized that I did not include the first photo of the hawk's barrel roll. Rather than go back and edit my original post,
Thanks. It is probably the same red-tailed hawk we have been seeing flying over the marsh, the fish hatchery, and Pt. Edwards for the past two weeks.
You're not kidding. Great documentation as always!
We then drove over to the Willow Creek fish hatchery where we spotted a pair of red-breasted sapsuckers at work on a tree by the creek.
Pouncing on the prey.
Checking to see if it is all clear for take-off.
The hawk departed holding a small
The evil minions of the Dark Lord drew our attention to a red-tailed hawk perched in a tree above Willow Creek on the far south side of the marsh.
Terry, my son Daren, and I drove to the marsh Thursday (2/26) after lunch. We caught Wesley, the most photographed Anna's hummingbird in the PNW, chasing
Male buffleheads are really beautiful when the sun hits them at just the right angle.
You may need some counseling help I, as you know, am beyond help...
From our trip to Deception Pass State Park last week....
There must be some weird personality trait buried deep within me.
I am fascinated by the patterns created by the exposed
I like the second, "peek-a-boo" shot.
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New year, new thread.
If anyone is interested in tracking our Edmonds area wildlife, here is my Edmonds Wildlife thread for 2013: ...
this little fella popped up in front of me near the west platform at Juanita, in some gorgeous evening light that really accented his colors... 7D,...