Union Bay blogger Larry Hubbell featured in The Seattle Times

Valarie says:  Our thanks to Montlake resident Larry Hubbell for his wonderful nature blog, Union Bay Watch. Larry is willing to sit outside in the rain for hours to get photos, so we can enjoy the birds!  And thank you to Rainer Metzger of The Montlaker blog, as well, for keeping us up to date on Union Bay Watch and other northeast Seattle news.

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Local nature blog Union Bay Watch has really taken off in the past year, thanks to the passionate and patient work of Montlake resident Larry Hubbell. This morning Larry and UBW appeared in The Seattle Times, getting front page treatment.

Having hauled out his 30-or-so pounds of camera gear, which includes a massive 400-mm lens and a tripod, for Larry Hubbell it’s another afternoon of patiently looking for the Highway 520 bridge bald eagles…

“Patience, there is a lot of that,” says Hubbell, who in his other life is a system data guy for Starbucks.

On this afternoon, Hubbell has set up his gear in the Madison Park neighborhood, where East McGilvra Street dead-ends into the eastern razor-wire-topped fence of the Broadmoor Golf Club.

The article goes on to detail Larry’s coverage of “Life After Eddie,” an on-going series covering the bald eagle family of…

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Valarie is a volunteer history writer for neighborhood history in Seattle, Washington.
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