Tag Archives: Edmonds

Chin Strap

This week’s photo, taken December 16, 2017 from the Edmond’s pier in Edmonds, WA, features a PACIFIC LOON proudly displaying its chin strap. It’s that time of year to remind you that my bird photos make lovely holiday cards or … Continue reading

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Surprise Sighting

This week’s photo, taken November 16, 2016 from the Edmonds pier in Edmonds, WA, features a RED PHALAROPE, a very rare visitor to the inland waters of Puget Sound. They are more likely to be found on open ocean in … Continue reading

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Big Catch

This week’s photo, taken February 24, 2016 from the pier in Edmonds, WA, features a DOUBLE-CRESTED CORMORANT just after it made a big catch. At first, the hungry bird struggled to swallow its catch. But when another cormorant approached with … Continue reading

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Close Encounter

This week’s photo, taken February 24, 2016 from the pier in Edmonds, WA, features a BALD EAGLE flying toward me at eye level. It eventually swooped up and flew over my head, and at no time did I fear for … Continue reading

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A Whale Tale

This week’s photo, taken February 15, 2016 from the pier in Edmonds, WA, features the part of a HUMPBACK WHALE that you see last when the whale begins its dive. On Monday, weather conditions were downright crummy at the Edmonds … Continue reading

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Details

This week’s photo, taken February 1, 2016 from the pier in Edmonds, WA, features 2 DUNLIN in flight. I’m focusing on DUNLIN for a third week in a row, and for a good reason. While my original Dunlin image showed … Continue reading

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A Numbers Game

This week’s photo, taken February 1, 2016 from the Edmonds, WA pier, features a “few” DUNLIN, the same species mentioned in last week’s post. Actually, there are far more than a few DUNLIN in this photo, and your assignment, if … Continue reading

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