Monthly Archives: October 2014

Fishing for a Story

This week’s photo, taken October 24, 2014 from the Edmonds Fishing Pier in Edmonds, WA, features a COMMON MURRE, a bird that spreads its wings just before it dives from the surface, so it can “fly” underwater in search of … Continue reading

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Long Distance Traveler

This week’s photo, taken October 20, 2014 at Point Robinson Park on Vashon Island, WA, features a NORTHERN WHEATEAR, a remarkable little bird known for one of the longest migrations in the world. On Monday, I traveled two hours by … Continue reading

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Red Lips

This week’s photo, taken October 14, 2014 from the Edmond’s Pier in Edmonds, WA, features an adult non-breeding HEERMANN’S GULL. Gulls can be notoriously difficult to tell apart, but the HEERMANN’S GULL is an exception. This good-looking gull, with its … Continue reading

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Gifts of Nature

Would you like to share your love of nature with friends, family or yourself this holiday season? This week’s photo of a NORTHERN MOCKINGBIRD is just one of 24 images I have available at Fine Art America. My best bird photos … Continue reading

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3 Flukes

This week’s photo, taken August 20, 2014 from Discovery Park in Seattle, WA, features the rear section of a HUMPBACK WHALE. I often bird-watch from the westernmost point of Discovery Park (known fittingly as West Point) because one just never … Continue reading

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