So today I woke up and I thought another day another dollar at work. I stepped outside in the morning to let my doggies out for their morning routine and I looked up and I saw two Woodpeckers. 101 more words
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Anna’s Hummingbird female on her nest in my brother-in-law’s garden.Band-tailed Pigeons in the same garden, waiting for the feeder to be supplied.Male teal at Arcata Marsh in birght sun.A mint in bloom, Arcata Marsh:That Great Egret with great meal, a bull-headed fish…which he pulverized and then swallowed.Snowy shows shoes, his golden slippers:Marsh Wren and his woven nest. Arcata Marsh.
The longshore flight continued again for the fourth consecutive morning of climbing temperatures. Today winds finally shifted a little more southerly than easterly allowing for 80 degree temperatures and a little better longshore flight compared to yesterday. 311 more words
This week’s photo, taken April 8, 2016 at Richmond Beach Park in Shoreline, WA, features a male NORTHERN FLICKER.
The Red-shafted form of the NORTHERN FLICKER, generally found in western North America, displays reddish-orange under the wings and tail, while the undersides of the wings and tail of the Yellow-shafted Flicker of the East show yellow. 77 more words