August goulash


This is a collection of images from August, none of which has had a posting of its own.

An osprey flies by with a fish.

Earlier I showed a Solitary Sandpiper. Here is another migrant: a Semipalmated Sandpiper.

In May I posted Western Toads in amplexus, in June copious tadpoles. Now there are toadlets.

This is an oddity: a juvenile Brewer’s Blackbird during its moult.

Usually Turkey Vultures are seen soaring on high. This one was low as it flew past.

The dramatic stance of this Bald Eagle was the transient result of it lifting its wings so as to fly.


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3 Responses to August goulash

  1. Lorna Surina says:

    Love the action in the turkey vulture and bald eagle shots. Stunning!

  2. Trevor Goward says:

    To me, the bald eagle looks like a maestro set to conduct an orchestra.

  3. Christine Boyd says:

    Very nice goulash Alistair! The toad looks a lot like the small ones I see occasionally. I had thought they were frogs but now I’m sure they are toads.

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