Tag Archives: Edmonds Waterfront


Rare Swallow-tailed Gull

Birdwatchers in the Pacific Northwest and beyond flocked to the waterfront north of Seattle for several weeks in early September to see a rare Swallow-tailed Gull. While not rare in general, these gulls breed on […]

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Edmonds Purple Martin

Birdwatchers and bird photographers, typically have a few birds on their “wanted list.” These are birds that, not because of lack of effort, they haven’t been able to spot, or get a good photograph of. […]

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Winter on the Edmonds Waterfront

I am very lucky to live only five minutes away from the Puget Sound waterfront in my town of Edmonds, Washington. The waterfront with its backdrop of the Olympic Mountains provides endless photography opportunities, including […]

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Edmonds Early Winter Wildlife

This post includes some photographs taken over the last few weeks on the waterfront in Edmonds, Washington. Although I’m typically looking for birds to photograph, like the Bald Eagle in the photo above, there are […]

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