Monthly Archives: April 2003

Birds of Southeast Alaska

Last night Melissa helped me go through my copy of the Guide to the Birds of Alaska to look for birds that occur in Southeast. I was somewhat surprised to find that there were in the neighborhood of 300 species … Continue reading

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Kingfishers

When Connor and I arrived down at the beach near the hatchery this evening, we saw an eagle perched on the tallest piling. On another piling nearby, there was a kingfisher. I thought it might be interesting to get a … Continue reading

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Squirrel

When Connor and I were walking through the woods, we saw a squirrel going down a tree that had a mouth full of something. I am not sure what it had in its mouth, but it looked soft and cottony … Continue reading

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Herring Eggs

Melissa, Connor and I took advantage of the warm weather yesterday and went for a little picnic lunch at Halibut Point Rec. As we pulled in to the Sea Mart parking lot, we noticed a large number of gulls along … Continue reading

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Dolly Varden

People have been catching dolly varden down in front of Totem Park recently. I am not sure where dolly varden spend most of their time, but they do show up hear shore each spring to eat salmon fry leaving the … Continue reading

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Warm Weather

Yesterday and today have been the first warm sunny days this year. It has been mostly sunny with temperatures in the 50’s. It is really nice to get out on days like these, but I still have too much to … Continue reading

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