Entries in the ‘Wildlife’ Category:

Cottonwood Beach, Washougal, Washington

Our local beach on the Columbia. A rare sight to find this beach empty of people on a bright, colorful Autumn afternoon

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Up to his Haunches

Meanwhile up on the high slopes of Mount Hood the bears had been feasting on an abundant crop of Huckleberries, to prepare for hibernation

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Left Behind

That morning when he realized he wouldn’t be with the other blackbirds following the sun to the South this year…

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Winter Perch

A Red-Tailed Hawk keeping an eye on things at Ridgefield NWR (Near Vancouver, Washington)

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Sunset, Lower Columbia

A young deer seemed to be enjoying a glorious sunset, at Mid March, on the Lower Columbia river, in Southwestern Washington State.

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What do you see?

In symbolic terms, the bird is a symbol of the human soul So what we see depends on whether we take things literally or metaphorically. Do you see a Great Blue Heron soaring through the foliage, or Psyche’s ascent to light?

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Half a wink?

With one eye open and one leg tucked in, is this Great Blue Heron taking a nap or… only half a wink?

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Elk Meadows: a Fall diorama

Elk Meadows near Mt. Adams in South-central Washington State is a popular Winter grazing spot for Elk.

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Nectar on Ice

Time for a cold one

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The Anointing

The white seagull in the sky (Jonathan Livingston?) emerges through storm clouds at sunset, over the Oregon coast to give a nod to his successor.

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