Sunday, June 26, 2016


“In order to see birds it is necessary to become a part of the silence.”
Robert Lynd

 Crow on a tombstone at Laurel Hill.

 These young birds, at least one of which is a grackle, were waiting to be fed last week at Columbia River Park.

 The one in the middle was particularly vocal.

 This young sparrow found a unique resting place.

 Probably not a good place to be in an electrical storm, though.

 Early house finch this morning


 Eastern kingbird at Columbia River Park

Crow on a finial on a light on the bridge


  1. Feed and provide fresh water for our feathered friends. You'll seem them all the times.

  2. Stellar shots, you can be proud of them.

  3. Beautiful pictures. How lucky we are to live along the river and see all of the wildlife.