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Posted in Thrushes, Blackbirds, Waxwings and midsized on August 5, 2014

Juvenile American Robin

A young American Robin perched between the leaves of a berry bush at the Ridgefield NWR, Aug. 4, 2014.   Canon 5D Mark III, 1/1600, f4, ISO 500, 500mm, 8:47 a.m. Continue Reading

Posted in Thrushes, Blackbirds, Waxwings and midsized on July 30, 2014

A face only his mother could love

Saw a couple of juvenile Western Scrub Jay fledglings in a tree at the Ridgefield NWR, July 28, 2014.  One of them landed on an unobstructed branch where I took this shot of the bird.  I don’t like that I had to aim up at the bird but that was my only shot.  You can see ... Continue Reading

Posted in Bird Gallery, Swallows, Sparrows, Warblers and smaller on July 15, 2012

Juvenile Bushtit with Bug

A juvenile Bushtit was given a bug by its parent at Salish Ponds in Fairview, OR, July 28, 2010.  Taken with a Canon 40D, 1/1000, f6.3, ISO 400, Canon 400mm f5.6L lens. Continue Reading

Posted in Bird Gallery, Herons, Bitterns, Cranes, Pelicans, etc. on June 16, 2012

Juvenile Black-crowned Night Heron

My one and only sighting of a juvenile Black-crowned Night Heron taken at the Ridgefield NWR in Oct. 2009.  Camera used was a Canon 40D, 1/1000, f8, ISO400, 400mm, Canon EF 100-400L lens.  The bird not only let me back my truck up near him, but let me get out of the truck and t ... Continue Reading

Posted in Bird Gallery, Raptors and Birds of Prey (plus Vultures and Shrikes) on April 27, 2011

“Dang, it’s cold out here!”

A juvenile Red-tailed Hawk looks awful cold at the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge on Nov. 13, 2009.  Taken with a Canon 40D, 1/320, f7.1, 260mm, ISO400, Canon 100-400mmL lens. Continue Reading

Posted in Bird Gallery, Raptors and Birds of Prey (plus Vultures and Shrikes) on October 1, 2010

Juvenile Bald Eagle At Lunch

This juvenile Bald Eagle was busy munching on a duck or coot and wasn’t at all bothered by me driving up and taking his picture.  It appears that the eagle got a little wet when he caught his prey.  Taken Feb. 2008, at Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, using a Canon Re ... Continue Reading