Entries in the ‘Wildlife’ Category:

Meet me half way

I wonder if these American White Pelicans were once seen as “The ugly cygnets”? I am guessing they were never mistaken for ducklings

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Endangered: American Whites (…Pelicans, that is)

The bird with the second largest wingspan in North America (after the California Condor), the American White Pelican, is classified as “endangered” by the Washington department of Fish and Wildlife. They can still be found foraging below hydroelectric dams on the Columbia and Snake rivers, in Eastern Washington State. Below such a dam [...]

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Humm…

Humming birds like to hang out around Red Currant bushes in the Spring…
More Miscellaneous Avian Photography

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M.I.B. #5

So he asked me if I knew how to get in touch with the casting director for the next “Men In Black” sequel.  Pay no attention, I thought, he is no E.T. and it is April 1st…

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March Madness

A Spring gathering of critters in a micro world of the imagination…
(More insect images)

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Jurassic Bug

A scene from another world (actually: the floor of a Pacific Northwest forest.) The whole thing was almost obliterated when …Godzilla (me) nearly stepped on it… then I noticed the bug moving and decided to get out my macro gear…
(More images from the insect world)

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February birds (Cont.)

Most Red Winged blackbirds are migratory. But some of the Northern varieties choose to stay in place for the Winter. Like this one at Ridgefield NWR in Southwestern Washington State…
…Perhaps he knows something about those Will-o’-the-wisps (swamp lights) in the background (?)
(More Red Winged Blackbird images)

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Birds of February (part II)

Snow Geese returning to Sauvie island (near Portland, Oregon)
(More Snow Geese images)

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A quiet moment

Late January at one of our local wetlands

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At the watering hole

So… you come here often?
(More Heron images)

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