It was our third sunny day in a row before rain reappears Wednesday, so, having dutifully spent yesterday working in the yard, I headed out for a day of birding. Ruth Sullivan took me birding in Grays Harbor, and we visited several spots I’d never been to before.
And though birding was a little slow, there was definitely a few highlights in the day. My favorite shot might be this shot of an Osprey building it’s nest on top of especially equipped power poles,
but I enjoyed watching this little Chestnut-Backed Chicadee defy gravity while eating seed from pine cones.
Truthfully, it’s hard to go wrong when blue skies hold the day.