A pair of American Goldfinch males, Spinus tristis, on the Niger Feeder. The whole yard was in shadow with the sun going down except for a beam of light, highlighting these two birds! It was quite amazing!
This high key image is off a Pine Siskin (Spinus pinus) on the branch of an Empress tree in our yard.
What better way to wish everyone a Happy Easter than these Lovey Doves in a Cherry tree! Further from yesterdays post!
An American Coot dives just as the shutter clicks. I am very interested in time and water movement. This is a great example of both.
A Dark-eyed Junco (Junco hyemalis) in the bushes taking a break from trying to feed in the pouring rain. There are six subspecies of Junco, this one in an Oregon.
I love the hairdo this bird has! Wet feathers, what can one do!
A Northern Shoveler (Anus clypeata) swimming with his reflection
A proud Mew Gull (larus canus) standing on the sand at White Rock while the tide is out. I believe this to be an adult Nonbreeding bird.