Charles Arcudi at Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge
Old dike road, Woodland, WashingtonOld dike roadWoodland, WashingtonLupines growing on the slope leading from the top of the dike to the Lewis River.Woodland, WashingtonWoodlandWashingtonThis is the second of four Osprey who appeared out of nowhere to chase a Bald Eagle away from their collective territory. I have photos of one of...NW 41st Avenue, Woodland, WashingtonNW 41st AvenueWoodland, WashingtonThat's a late 1930's DeSoto sitting under what looks like a building that may have been built at the same time. I see this whenever I drive to and...Horseshoe Lake Park, Woodland, WashingtonHorseshoe Lake ParkWoodland, WashingtonOne last post to give you a welcome update. Our friend here is not alone. His mate is in the rushes by the shore of the lake nesting and preparing...Horseshoe Lake, Woodland, WashingtonHorseshoe LakeWoodland, WashingtonEarly morning on Horseshoe Lake, Woodland, #Washington Mystery #RoadtripWoodland Bottoms Land, Woodland, WashingtonWoodland Bottoms LandWoodland, WashingtonA male Common Merganser prepares to fly using the same characteristic running motion shared by many other waterfowl, among them swans, geese and...Woodland, WashingtonWoodlandWashingtonYou really want the predator to play the predator when you go see him. Be ferocious. Dispatch his prey with no mercy. Carry it back triumphantly to...Heron Rookery, Woodland, WashingtonHeron RookeryWoodland, WashingtonHeron above the Lewis River heading back to the rookery.Heron Rookery, Woodland, WashingtonHeron RookeryWoodland, WashingtonHeron approaching its nest. My presence at the rookery created a lot of commotion, though I was more than sixty feet away.Woodland, WashingtonWoodlandWashingtonThis #waterfall is on private land and I couldn't tell ya how to get there because I don't remember anyways :P- but it was a great reminder of the...Heron Rookery, Woodland, WashingtonHeron RookeryWoodland, WashingtonThe egrets and the herons nest in the same rookery, though, so far, I haven't seen a nesting pair of one with the other. From what I have read,...Woodland, WashingtonWoodlandWashingtonRed Admiral Butterfly with just a dash of pollen.Woodland, WashingtonWoodlandWashingtonA group of four Osprey suddenly appeared out of nowhere to chase off a marauding bald eagle. It really surprised me, because, apart from nesting...Woodland Bottoms Land, Woodland, WashingtonWoodland Bottoms LandWoodland, WashingtonTrain trestle across the Lewis River. You pass under this bridge along the less-developed southeastern portion of the dike road. Leave the monster...Dike Road, Woodland, WashingtonDike RoadWoodland, WashingtonI found a heron rookery today. Confirms my suspicion that herons and egrets are close to genetic matches. Herons and egrets live together in that...Old Dike Road - Dunes Area, Woodland, WashingtonOld Dike Road - Dunes AreaWoodland, WashingtonTwo Sandpipers engaged in combat. Boy, there just isn't anyway to say that without at least smirking. But this must be serious stuff. The victor...Horseshoe Lake Park, Woodland, WashingtonHorseshoe Lake ParkWoodland, WashingtonI ran all over Woodland chasing Osprey to find one fishing. As it turns out, there is a pair that fishes every day in a municipal park. I have...Horseshoe Lake Park, Woodland, WashingtonHorseshoe Lake ParkWoodland, WashingtonIt doesn't matter how small your heart is, it will grow three times each chance you get to see our adorable friend.Woodland, WashingtonWoodlandWashingtonThe Osprey nest along the Columbia River at every pier pole, bridge or train trestle they can find. I know that their young have been born already...Woodland, WashingtonWoodlandWashingtonDad returns home after a quick fishing trip.
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