Jeannie Mitchell’s great pics from Northwest Birding trip

Top to bottom:  Red-tailed Hawk, immature, eating raw rodent for lunch on Sauvie Island, OR.

Four Tundra Swans in flight, juvenile is the gray one.

Winter Wren

Hermit Thrush posing at Coffeeberry Lake.

Ruby-crowned Kinglet checking us out.  Note shape of the eye ring.

Long-tailed Duck off Sequim yacht harbor.

Bald Eagle carrying off a duck it has caught.

Gull bothering a Bald Eagle, looks like one of those Western X Glaucous-winged hybrids so plentiful along Puget Sound.  This eagle is also carrying a duck in its talons. Great shot, Jeannie!

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One Response to “Jeannie Mitchell’s great pics from Northwest Birding trip”

  1. Frank Says:

    Eagle have a duck or an alcid? How about a Pigeon Guillemot? Or maybe not!

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