When we made the trip up to the Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge
, we hoped to add some more birds to our Big Year 2017
list. (We did, adding 4 species.) What we didn't expect was to see our very first coyote! There he is in the middle of the photo below:
He was certainly camouflaged and I'm glad I spotted him! Like I've said before, you never know what you're going to see when you go birding!
Okay, back to the birds now...
Here are some sleeping Tundra Swans:
And an immature Bald Eagle!
On the far right of the tree on the right is a crow, but a little to the left of the crow is another immature Bald Eagle...
(Read my previous blog post about these two trees here
He had himself a snack...
Sorry for the blood and guts! Nature isn't always rated G!
Maybe this is one of the juveniles' parents?
All in all, we picked the perfect day to experience the beauty of the Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges.
Stay tuned tomorrow for Synchronized Grebes...
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