Woodland — “outdoor”

Charles Arcudi at Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge
Woodland, WashingtonWoodlandWashingtonDad returns home after a quick fishing trip.Woodland, WashingtonWoodlandWashingtonHere's a better parting shot for a vacation. I'll be hitting some ocean beaches -- maybe hike that long spit at Sequim -- but this is from the...Woodland, WashingtonWoodlandWashingtonGreat Blue Heron gliding over the Lewis RiverWoodland, WashingtonWoodlandWashingtonSo just how nervous will an Osprey become if you park yourself anywhere near the base of its perch? Pretty nervous.Woodland, WashingtonWoodlandWashingtonI parked myself in the trees behind the eagles' usual perch, but they never returned. While I was waiting, a pair of Mourning Doves skittered out...Woodland, WashingtonWoodlandWashingtonProbably the closest I've ever been to an Osprey. On a hundred-degree day, I parked myself in the small clump of ten-foot trees directly beneath...Woodland, WashingtonWoodlandWashingtonThe male of the pair I usually post here. A human mother had allowed a pair of her children to clamber out the worn off pier poles and park...Woodland, WashingtonWoodlandWashingtonI-5 north of Woodland is closed this evening due to flooding and landslides up and down the corridor. Hard to believe that a couple of months back,...Woodland Bottoms Land, Woodland, WashingtonWoodland Bottoms LandWoodland, WashingtonWell, don't look too closely, but this is how Great Egrets hunt for fish on the Lewis River at this time of the year. I need a lens the size of the...Martin's Bar Park, Woodland, WashingtonMartin's Bar ParkWoodland, WashingtonCloudscape on an unusually smooth portion of the Columbia River.Martin's Bar Park, Woodland, WashingtonMartin's Bar ParkWoodland, WashingtonSun splashing over the Columbia River.Martin's Bar Park, Woodland, WashingtonMartin's Bar ParkWoodland, WashingtonThe public access areas on the Woodland beaches aren't kept trim and tidy the way they might be in a town like Portland or Seattle. But they're...Martin's Bar Park, Woodland, WashingtonMartin's Bar ParkWoodland, WashingtonAs calm as it gets up on the Columbia.Martins Bar Park, Woodland, WashingtonMartins Bar ParkWoodland, Washington...case in point...Martin's Bar Park, Woodland, WashingtonMartin's Bar ParkWoodland, WashingtonDark, brooding sunset on the Columbia River.Martin's Bar Park, Woodland, WashingtonMartin's Bar ParkWoodland, WashingtonHere in Washington, we're not exactly in big sky country. More like tall sky country.Martin's Bar Park, Woodland, WashingtonMartin's Bar ParkWoodland, WashingtonMarauding gull. Fishing season may be their favorite time of year.Martins Bar Park, Woodland, WashingtonMartins Bar ParkWoodland, WashingtonGull wrestles fresh apple core away from the briny deep.Martins Bar Park, Woodland, WashingtonMartins Bar ParkWoodland, WashingtonTwo competing fronts converge over Woodland, Washington.Martins Bar Park, Woodland, WashingtonMartins Bar ParkWoodland, WashingtonEach year, hundreds of trees wash into the Columbia River from the forested banks upstream and bumble along the bottom of the channel or coast like...
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