Yellow-rumped warbler of the wood warbler family. The only warbler able to digest wax-covered berries, such as bay berries.
American Crows that landed nearby. Crafty and intelligent. The oldest recorded crow lived to approximately 16 years. Usually traveling in […]
Swallow. Not the action, but the bird. Known for aerial feed, as in grabbing food on the go, “swallowing” – […]
Not totally certain about this shore bird as I can’t see the legs, but I’m leaning toward a sandpiper subspecies […]
Steller’s jay, another bird with a pretty distinctive call. They usually move pretty quickly through the trees, like the scrub […]
One of those lucky, sunny days at Nisqually Wildlife Refuge. Tide was in, and so were the harbor seals, having […]
Sparrows. So many sub-species. Natal philopatry – that strong, driving force to return each year to the area where they were […]
A few sandpipers at low tide scavanging for snacks at Nisqually Wildlife Refuge.
Red-winged blackbirds have that little touch of brightness to the goth look. And they have a distinctive call. I can […]
Free downloadable image of a hummingbird from a photo I took. Right-click, save as png file. Usable for scrapbooking, journaling, […]
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I believe this little guy is an Allen’s Hummingbird. So, tiny and so fast. You have to be quick to […]
One of my favorite little ducks as a photo subject is the Pied-Billed Grebe. I usually see them along, not […]
I love the abstract images that one can find in nature. I love the details of nature. It’s interesting, and […]
Great Blue Heron at the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge. An interesting bird to watch. Found one the other day up in […]
These little guys can sometimes be like watching a blur. Happened to catch this one because I was chatting with […]