WEST SEATTLE BIRDS: More spring sightings

More West Seattle bird sightings – thank you to all the photographers!

Above, the always-spectacular (and loud) Steller’s Jay, photographed by Mark Wangerin, whose photos we have featured so often with our daily calendar highlights – which are mostly on hiatus now in this eventless time! Below, a Brown Creeper, photographed at Lincoln Park by another Mark, from Nature’s Eye Photos:

And we’ve received several great views of Bald Eagles – here are two, first from Chris Frankovich:

And one spotted in mid-meal, photographed by Dan Ciske:

P.S. Want to help monitor how our current altered lifestyle is affecting birds? Check this out! (Hat tip KUOW.)

7 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE BIRDS: More spring sightings"

  • Onion April 6, 2020 (9:16 pm)

    wonderful photos. Thank you to all the photographers for sharing your brilliant experiences and skills.

  • Virginia Michelsons April 6, 2020 (10:05 pm)

    A daily pleasure looking at the excellent photos of birds and other wildlife.To see nature in its magnificent splendar is extra special now.We must do everything we can to safeguard their lives.  Thank you photographers, your work makes my day better.

  • Peterman April 7, 2020 (9:54 am)

    What kind of bird is the eagle eating?

  • Rick April 7, 2020 (9:58 am)

    As always, marvelous bird pics.

  • emcat8 April 7, 2020 (12:35 pm)

    I have missed the bird pics so much–thank you, photographers, for these spectacular photos! (My faves, the jays, yay!)

  • 50 year WS resident April 7, 2020 (4:03 pm)

    His name is Fred and he likes. Mealworms. He is native from China and was Chester bird but Chester passed away. Now Fred visits the neighborhood

  • Yma April 8, 2020 (3:14 pm)

    What does it mean when a, what seems to be healthy, Stellar’s Jay is nestled down on the sunny soil of my backyard? He/She has been doing it on & off all day. It’s spry & alert & can certainly fly. I’ve just never noticed this behavior from ‘our’ jays before.

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