Tag Archives: bird-watching

Parked at the Curb

This week’s photo, taken June 8, 2017 from the front yard of our house in northeast Seattle, WA, features a fledgling BLACK-CAPPED CHICKADEE waiting to be fed by a parent. Looking out our dining room window, I didn’t notice the … Continue reading

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Red Eye

This week’s photo, taken July 3, 2017 at Richmond Beach Park in Shoreline, WA, features a SPOTTED TOWHEE and one of its most colorful characteristics – its red eye. Bird cards, phone cases and prints: http://joe-sweeney.fineartamerica.com

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Western Beauty

This week’s photo, taken May 8, 2017 at Richmond Beach Park in Shoreline, WA, features one of the most attractive warblers in the western half of North America, the TOWNSEND’S WARBLER. In case some of you in the eastern half … Continue reading

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Titanic Talons

This week’s photo, taken June 23, 2017 at Richmond Beach Park in Shoreline, WA, features an OSPREY (left) and a BALD EAGLE (right). What would you do if a large bird of prey, an OSPREY, for example, was dive bombing … Continue reading

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Where’s Waldo?

This week’s photo, taken May 12, 2017 at Richmond Beach Park in Shoreline, WA, features a COMMON YELLOWTHROAT in a sea of yellow. Bird cards, phone cases and prints: http://joe-sweeney.fineartamerica.com

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A Light Dusting

This week’s photo, taken May 24, 2017 at Richmond Beach Park in Shoreline, WA, features an ORANGE-CROWNED WARBLER. Look closely and you may detect a light dusting of orange on top of its head. Bird cards, phone cases and prints: … Continue reading

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White-collared Robin

This week’s photo, taken April 21, 2017 at Richmond Beach Park in Shoreline, WA, features a male AMERICAN ROBIN with some plumage variation. If a bird produces less melanin pigment than usual, the result can be a bird with a … Continue reading

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