Birds in northeast Seattle nature areas

Valarie says:  The Union Bay Natural Area, the Washington Park Arboretum, the Yesler Swamp and Foster Island are teeming with wildlife. Our thanks to the Montlaker blog and Union Bay Watch for helping us know and appreciate nature in northeast Seattle.  Follow the “UBW” link above, to see more photos on the Union Bay Watch page.  For a map and more info about these areas, go to the University of Washington Botanic Gardens home page.


20121008-140153.jpgThe wild lands of Union Bay are home to many bird species, including these seldom seen fuzzballs. Know what they are? Answers and more at UBW.


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