Thursday, June 12, 2008

Jackson Bottom Walk

We took a walk over at Jackson Bottom Wetlands a short time ago. It was a gorgeous day and we saw 2 new Life List birds! Here are a few of the photos from the walk.


Sorry that I have not been posting any photos lately. We have just been extremely busy with work and home. We are still watching all of the birds, I just haven't made the time to blog about it. Hopefully, that will change soon. Thanks for stopping by!


An American Bittern! Life list bird!


A Green Heron! Another Life List bird! We tried to get a closer photo but he wasn't cooperating at all.


One of the many swallows at Jackson Bottom. It was warm that day and quite a few of the birds were panting.


We found a small flock of Cedar Waxwings towards the end of our walk. Such awesome birds!


I can never post just one photo of these guys.

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

We were beginning to wonder about you. Hadn't seen any new posts for a while and we always enjoy your blog and photos. Glad you are back!!

Di said...

I am so happy that you got your American Bittern.

Jim Johnson CRS said...

Great Blog! I have been selling real estate in Bend Oregon since 1981 but just started birding a few years ago. We are lucky enough to have a nesting pair of Lewis's Woodpeckers in a nest box in our back yard. It was installed by Dean Hale of the East Cascades Bird Conservancy. Good birding!

Anonymous said...

Have you seen White Pelicans at Jackson Bottom?
On a tip from my son Peter, I went to Fernhill Wetlands this afternoon and saw a group of white pelicans.
I have pictures.
mike smith, forest grove
m2zsmith@msn.com