The Tualatin River NWR is another regular outing for us: close to home, with plenty of seasonal variation. On this visit the first signs of spring were evident, and many migrating waterfowl we’d seen over the winter were still on site. In another few weeks, the trails that close during nesting season will re-open, and I’m sure we’ll be back there soon.
Nancy wrote about this visit on her blog.
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a shy bushtit and a wild beaver walked into a bar… okay but I really do love the colors / composition of the white crowned sparrow xoxo