This blog will feature some of my shots taken in last 2 months. Just an eclectic assortment.
|The sun seems to shine right through the gorget of this male Anna's Hummingbird.|
|The female Anna's has a golden sheen when the light strikes it at the right angle.|
|An Black-necked Stilt visited the Whiterock Beach Oct 10 2013.|
|Coming in for a landing was this blue Great Blue Heron.|
|This photo was quite sharp so I include it.|
|A Great Horned Owl was at Island 22. Compare the "ears" with the Long-eared Owl below.|
|Long-eared Owl fluffing up in our cold spell.|
|After some discussion with others it was decided that this was a dark morph Red-tailed Hawk. A Harlans was ruled out .|
|Pink Salmon (Humpback) female|
|Sanderling at Point Roberts|
|Black Turnstone at Point Roberts|
|Savannah Sparrow Harrison|
|Wilson's Snipes Wilband. In the "old days" hunters would shoot snipes which are very erratic flyers. If you could hit one you would be considered a good shot. And that is how modern "snipers" got their designation.|
|Finally a male Pink Salmon|
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