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Walk to Totem Park and around Town

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Barrow’s Goldeneye Foraging?

On a recent trip to Totem Park I observed a small flock of Barrow’s Goldeneye, both males and females, within a couple feet of shore. They were swimming along, ducking their head below the water, then diving briefly before popping … Continue reading

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Winter Sun at Totem Park

Bright skies this morning lured me into taking a walk with Connor and Rowan down to Totem Park. However, by the time we were leaving, it seemed to be totally overcast and a light snow was falling. We walked down … Continue reading

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Barrow’s Goldeneye

Probably a not-quite-mature male, this Barrow’s Goldeneye gave me pause when I saw it in the cove by the library. This was the best (and only one I kept) of several shots I took to confirm the identity when I … Continue reading

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Walk through Totem Park

Sapsucker weather continued today, though it did begin to moderate. Temperatures reached the mid-20s, warm enough that the sun warmed ground was sufficient to start melting ice along the roads and sidewalks. Forecast is for increasing wind and cloudy conditions … Continue reading

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Walk through Totem Park

I took a brief walk this afternoon down by the beach then through the park to the post office. My timing turned out to be good, as the rain had stopped and I even managed to catch a break in … Continue reading

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