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Northern Rough-winged Swallows aren't as showy as some birds, but I love their subtle coloration and their cheeky calls as they swoop above the shoreline.
This Bewick's Wren was busy this morning at Glacial Heritage Preserve.
Cedar Waxwings do love their berries.
This Cedar Waxwing was perched at Theler Wetlands when this bee came by. Quickly, the Waxwing snatched the bee, shook it, and tossed it away...all in about .1 seconds.
I can watch Rhinoceros Auklets fishing all day. These birds were cooperative and were fishing close to the floats in downtown Port Townsend, Washington.
This male Lazuli Bunting caught a nice, juicy spider for the kids.
This female Lazuli Bunting was busy collecting spiders for her chicks that were hidden somewhere in the bramble.
It's been a wet spring in the Pacific Northwest, and this Marsh Wren decided to get some Vitamin D by sunbathing on the boardwalk at Theler Wetlands.
Typically, Marsh Wrens aren't easy to see, but this one was busy guarding its nesting area and got super close.
One of the spectacular hummingbirds that you'll find in the high Andes of Colombia.