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    Where can I see owls?

    Hello! I'm a relatively new birder from King County, Washington in the US. Last night my husband and I went out in search of owls in our woods, and it was a pretty magical experience. We saw two Barred Owls in the woods. From the calls it sounded like they were juveniles. Anyway, now I'm on a...
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    White bird in King County, Washington, USA

    Hello there! I’m a new birder and am looking to get help with an ID. I saw two all-white birds flying in Carnation, Washington this afternoon on the Snoqualmie Valley Trail. The size was probably between pigeon and crow. I didn’t get a chance to see with my binoculars but from what my husband...
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    Hard to ID moth in SW Washington

    Hello fellow moth enthusiasts! A friend posted a picture of this moth that they had rescued from under their car hood, and wanted help identifying it. I spent a few hours looking through the PNW moth and butterfly registry, but couldn't find anything that looked enough like the mystery moth for...
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    Meadowlark posing
  5. Snowy Owl in Flight #2

    Snowy Owl in Flight #2

  6. Snowy Owl in Flight #1

    Snowy Owl in Flight #1

  7. Eastern Washington Sunset

    Eastern Washington Sunset

    From the Horse Heaven Hills showing three volcanos. Left to right, Mt. Hood, Mt. Adams, and Mt. Ranier.
  8. Clay-colored Sparrow

    Clay-colored Sparrow

    Watching over a fledgling... Once again, this species has successfully bred on Silver Hill. This is out of their regular range, and I'm thrilled to have them just a couple miles from my house.
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