West Seattle Monday: School district’s future; WS4OSO benefit workout…

Two incredible views of a male Anna’s Hummingbird this morning, courtesy of Alki photographer David Hutchinson – the other one is below today’s calendar highlights:

TODDLER GYM: 10 am-1 pm at Hiawatha Community Center, Mondays & Thursdays – details here. (2700 California SW)

SPS SUPERINTENDENT’S TOWN HALL: Want to hear about the road ahead for Seattle Public Schools? And/or say something about it? Superintendent José Banda will be at Roxhill Elementary 6:30-8:30 pm tonight for the last of five “town hall” meetings about the district’s Strategic Plan. (30th/Roxbury)

WS4OSO BENEFIT NIA CLASS: At The Center for Movement & Healing, there’s a Dance and Donate Nia class tonight at 6:30 pm to benefit mudslide relief as part of WS4OSO; the center is located above the offices of WSB sponsor Swedish Automotive. (7901 35th SW)

And now, as promised, David Hutchinson’s other view of that resplendent hummingbird:

By the way, you can see what else is on the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar by going here.

8 Replies to "West Seattle Monday: School district's future; WS4OSO benefit workout..."

  • kumalavula March 31, 2014 (9:44 am)

    absolutely stunning, STUNNING photos!
    those hummingbirds come into my yard all the time and while i marvel at their coloration from afar, these images (in their exquisite detail) really show how spectacular they are.
    thanks so much to wsblog for publishing these and to the photographer for taking the time to capture them in such amazing light.

  • Irukandji March 31, 2014 (11:33 am)

    Great photo!

  • Laurie March 31, 2014 (12:05 pm)

    Wow. Wow. David Hutchinson, you are an amazing photographer. Thanks for sharing, WS Blog!

  • westseattledood March 31, 2014 (12:42 pm)


    Thank you. Purdy bird :)

    And for folks who wonder how to get these hummers to visit your yard during the spring – plant our native current shrub – available at West Seattle Nursery – I just bought a new one and it’s a hummer magnet. You need to place it in your yard so it will have space to eventually grow to 6 feet wide by about 10 feet tall over a decade or so. Totally worth making the space for this hummingbird favorite and so good for naturalizing your yard’s habitat. Look:


  • biankat March 31, 2014 (1:05 pm)

    Beautiful, gorge shots :)

  • Lox March 31, 2014 (2:58 pm)

    Incredible shots! Wow what a display of beauty.

  • LatteRose March 31, 2014 (8:58 pm)

    Truly amazing photos!

  • Enviromaven March 31, 2014 (11:07 pm)

    Wow! These are fantastic photos. Thank you :)

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