This is a month’s end collection of images, none of which has had a posting of its own.
A Bald Eagle brings sticks to enlarge its nest.
A Columbian Ground Squirrel does sentry duty beside its burrow.
My hare in residence continues its moult to its summer coat.
The Pacific Wren is easy to hear, but somewhat harder to find and photograph.
Although still common around the Lake, the Bufflehead Duck will soon head north to breed.
Three Green-winged Teals fly by.
A somewhat uncommon bird at any time, the Brown Creeper is more likely seen in winter.
A Ruby-crowned Kinglet is at home navigating thick brush.
Painted Turtles have taken over a new pond.