Sunday (10/4/15) my son and I were out photographing birds at some of our favorite locations near Puget Sound in northern Snohomish and southern Skagit
My son Daren finished bowling about 10:30 Sunday (10/4/15) morning. It was a beautiful autumn day and the Seahawks don't play until Monday night, so
first of, a shout-out to Jerome... thanks for the tip on the egret, my friend! went to the marina this afternoon, no egret, but i hung around for an hour
a old one for fun
If you cant tell by looking don't ask were more to come clue its closer than you think. I learned a lot from shooting this bird.
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i've been up there a couple of times in the last 10 days or so, and it's been fairly dry. you can probably get by without boots for now if you pick your
We waded through some puddles on the road past the barriers and through low, wet areas to get to the ponds. Bottom line = get some boots. Rubber boots
You are probably right. Bottom line = the bald eagles are just now starting to return from wherever they spend mid-August through mid-October.
bit early for the salmon to be spawning on the Nooksack, isn't it? i thought that was mainly a winter thing... December-January time frame.
Check my northern bird trip thread that I just posted up.
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The one that got away: a male northern harrier flew in front of and over our car near the intersection of Chillberg and Alverson Roads just east of LaConnor.
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I have photographed many woodpeckers, but always in our local parks under a tree canopy. I don't look for woodpeckers in open spaces, yet I photographed
Bill on Eide Road how was the walk to the pond how wet was it I don't have any boots
We walked along the walkway, which positioned us to get some better shots of the yellowlegs with the sun to our backs. I added the 1.4x teleconverter
More shots of the yellowlegs, including some YIF (yellowlegs in flight) shots.
Our next stop was a DFW site called The Big Ditch, located north of Stanwood. I think the "ditch" is the Tom Moore Slough. We saw a great
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My son Daren finished bowling about 10:30 Sunday (10/4/15) morning. It was a beautiful autumn day and the Seahawks don't play until Monday night, so...
first of, a shout-out to Jerome... thanks for the tip on the egret, my friend! went to the marina this afternoon, no egret, but i hung around for an...