This phoebe was too friendly not to stop and take his picture.
A juvenile little blue heron sees something in the water.
A limpkin was close to the boardwalk.
Grackle shining in the sun.
The little blue heron was moving around the boardwalk. By next summer he will molt and his new feathers will be all blue.
A black and white warbler hanging upside down.
Nothing new at Lettuce Lake on a recent Saturday morning.
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What an enjoyable post…I love watching the birds here in the Seattle parks and wetlands. Thank you for sharing your outing and gorgeous photos.
You take some great photos. Thanks for sharing.
great post and love the upside down bird.
Lots of birds that I’ve not come across before. So I’m glad you’ve shared with us.
Gorgeous! That limpkin looks like it’s right there…like you could reach out and touch it!
Wonderful photos and stunning details.
Maybe not new, but it is always great to see old friends. I would love to see and photograph and be able to identify a phoebe. It would be new for me! Cute little guy.
Your bird photos are always awesome.. Great shots!
Phoebe….. I even love the name….