On this Date in...
- 2006: Daily Observations
- 2007: Small Sandpiper ID Question
- 2007: Daily Observations
- 2007: 28 July Photos: Walk to Totem Park
- 2008: Flower Fly and a Lichen
- 2009: Packing for a picnic along the Indian River with...
- 2010: On Gavan Hill in the clouds headed to Harbor Mount...
- 2013: Red-winged Blackbirds at Swan Lake
Tag Archives: Bald Eagle
A Bald Eagle with striking white primary feathers has been reported around Sitka several times over the past few years, but I had never seen it until I noticed it soaring above my house early this afternoon. I seem to … Continue reading
Although the first two openings occurred in sight of the road, I did not make it out towards Starrigavan to watch. Today the third opening took place over a large area including Crescent Bay and Middle Channel. I did not … Continue reading
The pair of Red-winged Blackbirds is still spending there time at Swan Lake along the shore between the peninsula and the radio station – mostly centered on the clump of willows not far from the radio station. Today when I … Continue reading
Laura K. sent an e-mail with some photos (that were too large to go through to the whole list) about a Bald Eagle’s out Sawmill Creek Road that appeared to have a black buoy in it. Using her photos as … Continue reading
This week we got to witness some excitement in the park involving Bald Eagles and Common Murres. Monday I was out on the tideflats looking for a Rock Sandpiper (which I didn’t find) when many of the birds between me … Continue reading