June goulash


This is an end-of-the-month collection of images, none of which has had a posting of its own.

A cinnamon-coloured Black Bear eyes an intruder in its territory.

For a female Osprey to be lifting her tail this late in the season is a bit odd.

A female Redstart flits through the foliage.

A Columbia Spotted Frog prefers the quietude of its pond.

The Western Trumpet is one of the many wildflowers on the mountain slopes.

A Great Blue Heron flies by.

A Pileated Woodpecker searches for insects.

A male Tree Swallow brings a bill full of insects to its chicks.

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2 Responses to June goulash

  1. Its just me says:

    great selection each worthy in its own right-thankyou.

  2. Tina says:

    Your photography sure makes me happy!

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