At the Wallace trailhead. Trail was wet enough that we didn't get very far before turning around.
Road ditch muskrat.
Courting eagle spiral! They locked talons high and fell for (?) 50 meters before coming out of it right above the water. I wonder what percentage of spirals fail?
This looked bigger than the Forster's terns that were flying around, but my perspective may have been off.
A coot herd on the side of the road - nonplussed by vehicular traffic.
The fish hand-off. She flew off and ate the fish on a mudflat.
Woodchuck on a narrow road levee.
Three of them together.
Nice to see something other than a yellow-rumped warbler.