West Seattle wildlife: Lincoln Park owl; your chance to see more

December 4, 2012 at 12:45 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle parks, Wildlife | 3 Comments

Thanks to Trileigh Tucker for sharing her photo of a barred owl at Lincoln Park this past Saturday; Trileigh writes, “I went out to the park … to take advantage of the brief sunshine and got lucky! It’s been so dark and dreary that I thought an owl encounter might be just the thing. The eagles are also soaring around and calling, although they haven’t yet started working on their nest, so this should be an exciting winter…” Trileigh has written about her latest sighting on her website, naturalpresence.wordpress.com.

Also on the Lincoln Park owl front:

West Seattle naturalist Stewart Wechsler has just scheduled his first guided night hike in a while, heading out to look and listen for owls at Lincoln Park this Saturday night. More information, and registration, is available via his website – go here.

3 Comments

  1. I love Trileigh’s photos. Thanks again for sharing!

    Comment by Allison — 1:45 pm December 4, 2012 #

  2. How stunning! That picture is both excellent and uplifting. Owls are beautiful and elegant creatures. Thnkx for sharing…

    Comment by Rves — 5:37 pm December 4, 2012 #

  3. I walk through Lincoln Park always on an owl prowl….but never get lucky (it’s the same thing with orcas)! I’m grateful to Trileigh and others for capturing their beauty on film.

    Comment by CEA — 9:02 pm December 4, 2012 #

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