Tag Archives: birds in northeast Seattle

Birds Watching

Larry Hubbell is a renowned artist, photographer and author of the Union Bay Watch Blog which tracks the birds and animals on the body of water south of Laurelhurst.  Larry is especially well-known for documenting the daily life of eagles who like … Continue reading

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The Yardbirds

Originally posted on Short & Tweet Bird Reports:
This week’s photo, taken June 16, 2013 through our dining room window in northeast Seattle, WA, features one of 5 RED CROSSBILLS that dropped by to bathe in our front yard bird…

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Avian Friday: Seattle Audubon Tree Census Project

What is this woodpecker doing?  Birds interact with trees, and Seattle Audubon Society is having a Tree Census Project in northeast Seattle.  On Friday, February 8, Seattle Audubon will have an info table from 1 to 3 PM at the … Continue reading

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Avian Friday: Ruby-Crowned Kinglet

Originally posted on Short & Tweet Bird Reports:
This week’s photo, taken January 15, 2013 at Meadowbrook Pond in Seattle, WA, features a RUBY-CROWNED KINGLET flashing a slice of its bright red crown at the photographer. You don’t have to…

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Owl Season

Originally posted on montlaker:
All images: unionbaywatch.blogspot.com Will last winter’s Snowy Owl irruption repeat again this year? Looks likely given all the snowy owl reports this week here & here, and expert chatter here. Union Bay Watch has posted a primer on the…

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Nature in Northeast Seattle: Birds

The greater northeast Seattle area has gardens, natural areas, wetlands, parks and even golf courses which provide sanctuary for birds.

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