Common Loon by Lyle Grisedale

Festival Birds Seen

Spotted Sandpiper (Photo credit: Jean Wallace)

American Avocet (Photo Credit: Peter Hambrey)

Pied-bill Grebe (Photo credit: Peter Hambrey)

Canada Geese with cygnets (Photo Credit:  Betty Martin)

Cinnamon Teal (Photo Credit: Betty Martin)

Green-winged Teal (Photo Credit: Betty Martin)

Wood Ducks (Photo Credit:  Betty Martin)

Brown-headed Cowbird (Photo Credit: Betty Martin)

Mourning Dove (Photo Credit: Betty Martin)

Spotted Towhee (Photo credit: Jean Wallace)

Tree Swallow (Photo credit: Jean Wallace)

Violet-green Swallow (Photo credit: Jean Wallace)

Calliope Hummingbird (Photo credit: Jean Wallace)

Calliope Hummingbird (Photo credit: Jean Wallace)

Calliope (Photo credit: Joelle Burnie)

Great Blue Heron (Photo credit: Jean Wallace)

Nashville Warbler (Photo credit: Jean Wallace)

Yellow Warbler (Photo credit: Jean Wallace)

Yellow-rumped Warbler (Photo credit: Jean Wallace)

American Goldfinch (Photo Credit: Peter Hambrey)

Red-naped Sapsucker (Photo Credit: Peter Hambrey)

Cormorant (Photo credit: Joelle Burnie)

Great Horned Owls (Photo credit: Joelle Burnie)

Bald Eagle (Photo Credit: Peter Hambrey)

Turkey Vulture (Photo Credit: Peter Hambrey)

Osprey (Photo Credit: Betty Martin)

Red-tailed Hawk (Photo Credit: Betty Martin)

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