Tag Archives: Edmonds

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Edmonds Waterfront Spring Birds

As spring approaches, the birds begin to transition to their breeding plumage. This post includes a few recent shots of some male waterbirds on the waterfront in Edmonds, Washington. The birds have swapped their dreary […]

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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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Barred Owl Photos

Owls are one of the birds that I really enjoy photographing. And one of the most challenging. They are hard to find, and when you find one, it’s often in a place without much light […]

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Red-winged Blackbird of Spring

I’m always happy when the Red-winged Blackbirds begin to get active at the marsh near my home in Edmonds, Washington. It means that spring is finally trying to push its way through the gray gloom […]

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