Tag Archives: Ruby-crowned Kinglet

Ruby

This week’s photo, taken January 4, 2017 at Richmond Beach Park in Shoreline, WA, features a male RUBY-CROWNED KINGLET flashing a bit of its head color. Most of the time, the brightly colored crown of the male RUBY-CROWNED KINGLET is not … Continue reading

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It Takes a Village

This week’s photo, taken January 18, 2014 from our front yard in northeast Seattle, WA, features a juvenile SHARP-SHINNED HAWK.  Saturday afternoon, I’m in the back of the house when Laura yells to me from the front, “Get your camera!” … Continue reading

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When Hutton Talks, People Listen

This week’s photo, taken March 23, 2013 in Discovery Park in west Seattle, WA, features my first vireo of the year, a singing HUTTON’S VIREO. Toward the end of my long walk through Discovery Park on Saturday, I suddenly hear … Continue reading

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You Wanna Piece of Me?

This week’s photo, taken January 15, 2013 at Meadowbrook Pond in Seattle, WA, features a RUBY-CROWNED KINGLET flashing a slice of its bright red crown at the photographer. You don’t have to travel far to huge tracts of land to … Continue reading

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