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14 Jun 2024
Gallery, Wildlife

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...
Gallery, Wildlife

The Belted Kingfisher 

Ever since I really was aware of birds, the Belted Kingfisher was among my favorite species. I’ve always lived and recreated around water, which means I’ve always lived and recreated among lovely blue-gray Kingfishers. Once you hear them, you’ll never not be aware that you...
Gallery, Wildlife

Big, Loud Californians 

I arrived well before sunrise, but the cacophony had already begun. While I unpacked my gear in the parking lot, the staccato barking is echoing throughout the Ballard neighborhood in Seattle. I’m guessing people don’t need alarm clocks from fall to about early spring, when...
Wildlife

Connected by Nature 

OVER THE COURSE of 3Β½ months, I made more than 30 visits to a nest site that’s surprisingly urban, in the middle of Seattle, in the shadow of the University of Washington campus, where aspirations sometimes rise and fall as suddenly and unexpectedly as the...