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A California Towhee stares at you while on a car mirror.
This is one of 4 California Condors I observed at the Navajo Bridge in Arizona. California condors were reintroduced to the Glen Canyon area in … Read More “California Condor”
Location: Point Reyes National Seashore, CA The morning light produced a great highlight in the bird’s eye and also emphasized the lichen on the top … Read More “California Quail”
Generally, California Towhees are in shrubbery and we don’t often get a chance to look at their beauty up close. This is a portrait of … Read More “California Towhee”
This was a fascinating sight at the beach on the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica. I was watching many birds foraging in the low tide when … Read More “Crested Caracara and Black Vulture”
This is the official state bird of California. I would agree. A very shy and wary bird, it is not easy to get images of … Read More “California Quail”
The beautiful California Quail in Point Reyes National Seashore.
Location: Point Reyes National Seashore, CA Male California quail are elegantly marked birds from the comma-shaped crest on the top of their head to the … Read More “California Quail”
Location: Point Reyes National Seashore, California Considered the same species as Woodhouse’s Scrub-Jay until 2016, as shown in this image, California Scrub-Jays have a gray … Read More “California Scrub-Jay”
Baby quail in the backyard. July 13, 2021 Spokane, WA