Barred Owls of Seward Park
Barred owlets spend about seven days with one or both parents after they fledge. This is a look at such a seven-day period in the old-growth forest of Seward Park in Seattle, Washington. Note: Clicking on an image will open a full-sized viewer.
Almost 10 years ago, Short-Eared Owls were the first birds I intentionally set out to photograph. It was a windy, rainy day, and I never saw one of the storied winter owls of the Pacific Northwest. So I kept searching. Eventually, I found them, but…
Red Foxes of San Juan Island
Red foxes, and some human interactions, from San Juan Island, Washington, 2021-23. All but one photo, as noted, is by Glenn Nelson. The exception appears courtesy of Nate Luebbe. The first image, Surf & Turf, was recognized by Share the View, an international competition that…
Nez Perce ’21 Highlights
This photo gallery contains highlights from my tracing of the Nez Perce National Historic Trail with my daughter, Sassia, in late May and early June of 2021. The trail follows the heroic 1877 flight of non-treaty Nez Perce bands, which were pursued by the U.S….
Mt. Rainier Marmots
The Great Blue Heron
I see Great Blue Herons just about anywhere and any time I go to photograph nature. They are sometimes so abundant, they’re easy to overlook. But I don’t. I find them fascinating. And I’m not alone: In Seattle, where I live, they are the city’s…