Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Falliday Birds

If you follow my blog, you know we've been spending a lot of time in Lassen Volcanic National Park. Not only is the park insanely beautiful, but it's also about twenty degrees cooler up in the mountains than it is down here in the valley. And since we're at the tail end of a summer that refuses to give into Autumn and the call of pumpkin spice and hot beverages, there's no place I'd rather be than at 7400 foot elevation!

Here are a few of the birds that were cooperative enough to let me take their picture during our hike to Cold Boiling Lake...
Lassen Volcanic National Park
White-crowned Sparrow

Lassen Volcanic National Park
Red-breasted Nuthatch

THIS is not a bird, but it sure looked like one with the naked eye!
Pine cone mimicking a Snowy Owl to give unsuspecting birders a thrill

Lassen Volcanic National Park
Golden-crowned Sparrow

Lassen Volcanic National Park
 For more information about the park and photos from our hike, please visit my travel blog Vaughn the Road Again!

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