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In this blog we show the successful results of our efforts in three videos showing the young ducklings as they hatch out of their eggs and successfully fledge from a nest box.

Male Gadwall in a small arboretum pond I came to the Washington Park Arboretum to photograph colorful garden flowers; alas, spring seems to be a bit late this year, so I spent most of my early March afternoon photographing wild visitors to the park. Today was a birdy day, with a knot of half-a-dozen Ruby-Crowned Kinglets, a Golden-Crowned Kinglet, a Brown Creeper, and lots of Black-Capped Chickadees.  Robins were doing unmentionable things… Read More

Photographs of Wood Ducks, Hooded Mergansers, and other waterfowl taken from a low-angle viewpoint on Fawn Lake, located on Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula in the USA.