Monthly Archives: May 2014

Pastel Sunset

Although I don’t think today’s rain was ever heavy, it was steady. It made it easier for me stay inside and do more work catching up. Today’s efforts were directed more to dealing with various small critters, most of them … Continue reading

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Peregrine Falcon and Clouds

Distant Peregrine Falcon flying in front of a backdrop of billowing cumulus clouds. Taken near St. Lazaria.

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Catch up Day

With little in particular scheduled today, I decided to work on some of the 22000+ photo backlog I have (with pictures going back to 2008). I ended up focusing on photos from the first three months of 2010 and was … Continue reading

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Red-necked Phalaropes in Spring

Over the past few years, I’ve tried to get out on the water regularly in the spring to check on migrant birds. Usually this has resulted in at least 3 or 4 trips out into the sound. Starting in 2010, … Continue reading

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Afternoon Walk

Thursdays are days when I have calls, and as a result I spent a good chunk of today occupied with them and did not feel like I spent too much time outside. I did go for a walk this afternoon … Continue reading

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Swainson’s Thrush

While on a walk at the park recently, I saw a brown thrush sitting still near a rock wall at the edge of the curvy trail between the lower and upper parking lots. It seemed disinclined to move, even as … Continue reading

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