Photography from October 2010

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Mallard Drake

I ran into the above owl setting in an abandoned barn window

Great Horned Owl
His eyes never left me

Great Horned Owl

Great Horned Owl


Western Song Sparrow


Western Song Sparrow

Song Sparrow living up to the name... singing


An American Robin eating berries

Halloween Photo

Western Song Sparrow
 

I believe this is a Common Yellow Throat (Warbler) that is still gathering food for a brood? This one at least was taking the spider away and not eating it on the spot.

Cool Seed Pod

Savannah Sparrow

Juvenile Gold Crown Sparrow?

An immature White Crowned Sparrow

Marsh Wren

Fox Sparrow

Western Song Sparrow

White Crowned Sparrow


Marsh Wren


Marsh Wren


A male House Finch eating an October Apple

This is a Red-headed Woodpecker
obviously, however they are not supposed to be this far West (Puget Sound), according to the birding sites.

Red-headed Woodpecker
Juvenile description fits perfectly and the young bird hints that nesting has occurred here on the Puget Sound coast. (Deception Pass State Park)

I finally got a better shot of a Spotted Towhee in Deception Pass State Park
 
Cooper's Hawk...This guy sure was surprised when he saw me standing near the post he lit on.

Cooper's Hawk has a very intense stare.

Artsy gulls on a rock... one just lifting off...

Telephoto of a beach with dots of color way down there.

A beautiful October flower blooming in the Arboretum

Another wild flower blooming Mid October in the Seattle Arboretum

Sunlight coming through holes in a leaf.

A Golden-Crowned Kinglet

Golden-Crowned Kinglet. It is surprising how small this bird really is.

Local Llama Looking

Dark  Halloween Trees

Dew on October
 Morning  Spider Web

Halloween Spider Web

Halloween Spider Web 2

Western Song Sparrow

Brewer's Blackbird immature male, but already sporting iridescent feathers that become even more so as the mature feathers take over.

Photoshop Art play time

The Great Horned Owl again... I'm sure the same bird as above,  but on a different day and in a very different location.

Black and white art version of the Cooper's Hawk.

Snow Geese

A Snow Goose

Redtail Hawk

Redtail Hawk... and yes that is a Brewer's Blackbird setting about 3 feet away from him... taunting.
 

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