Some more common birds of the PNW (10/03/09)

These Fox Sparrows were in the woody section at Bayocean Spit near Tillamook, OR. They have indeed returned for the winter.

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A little Winter Wren out in the open for just a little moment in the same area.

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When you come out onto the mudflats of the Necanicum estuary off Wellington in Gearhart, OR, there always seems to be a singing Marsh Wren. Wait, what’s this?

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A Marsh Wren that I seem to have caught while it was blinking.

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Author: birdmeister

Obsessed with birding, I started taking a pictures in '01 after a brief personalized intro by the incomparable David LaPuma. In July '09, I acquired a Canon EOS 50D with a 100-400mm IS lens to be able to shoot the fast-moving lbjs that were so difficult before. In Dec '14, I upgraded my body to a Canon 7D Mark II and immediately noticed a big improvement. Nevertheless, I'm first and foremost a birder, then a photographer. Please note that all pictures on this site were taken by birdmeister (the owner of this site) except for where otherwise mentioned. All pictures on this site are copyrighted.

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