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January 2014

Bald Eagles - Falling from the Sky!

Gregg Thompson recently photographed a pair of Bald Eagles tangling talons in a rural area outside Seattle. In an act of aggression, the eagles fly high up in the air, lock talons, and spin toward earth, releasing one another just before they hit the ground. If you think this is dizzying,... read more »

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Topics & Themes:  flight

Let It Snowy, Let It Snowy, Let It Snowy!

Two years after a Snowy Owl irruption, those of us in the Northeast are once again in the midst of one. And this might be the biggest invasion yet.Let It Snowy, Let It Snowy, Let It Snowy. These days, that's definitely my favorite tune. This new year has begun, just as 2013 ended … with... read more »

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Topics & Themes:  birding, photography

What Is a Seahawk?

The first Seattle Seahawk to storm the field during home games isn’t the head coach or the quarterback -- it isn’t even human. It’s Taima, a captive-bred Augur Hawk that has accompanied the team before every home game since 2007.She is a beautiful representative of a species from the aridlands of... read more »

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Topics & Themes:  humor, sports

Hooded Mergansers - Getting Frisky

It's winter, but many species of ducks are already preparing for spring.Nearly all ducks are seasonally monogamous, forming pair bonds with new partners every year. Go to your local pond, lake, or beach during the winter, and you may be lucky enough to see male mergansers, goldeneyes, or... read more »

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Topics & Themes:  breeding display
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