Tag Archives: Common Murre
On the way out toward Low Island this morning I noticed several pairs of Common Murres with one member appearing to be fully transitioned to summer styles and the other still clearly in winter. These were isolated pairs, and I … Continue reading
Overcast and rain (changing to snow this evening) were the order of the day – though unlike many days this winter, there was little wind. I had the chance to do a little birding on the water. The trip was … 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
Rowan was impressed with the size of this fungus The kids and I took a short walk through Totem Park hoping to pick up a Red-breasted Sapsucker for count week, but were unsuccessful in that regard. We did hear a … Continue reading
Walked down to Totem Park with the kids again today. It was pretty rainy for much of the time we were there, though the rain stopped and skies lightened a bit before we left.