I noticed about 6 crows were mobbing a bird in a tree on the Shoreline Community college campus. Then, I heard the bird call awk-awk-awk. It was quite a bit larger than the crows, so I am pretty certain it was a raven. I seldom see ravens in the suburban Seattle area.
A bird on a roof top making a call. I think it is some kind of flickr, but not sure which type.
Band-tailed Pigeons (Patagioenas fasciata) are the native pigeon in the Puget Sound area. We had a group of three hanging out at our house. These are a bit different than the Rock Pigeon or Rock Dove (Columba livia) that we often see around town. The yellow beak and feet along with the white ring (crescent) at the back of the neck helped me identify this. (I never did get a good look at the tail.)
Observed on Shoreline Community College campus, at the top of a tree and then flitting about. Saw the red flash at the throat so this was a male.
He's having lunch.
A pair of small ducks.
Barred owl (or possibly two) at Boeing Creek Shoreview Park at about 1930, 12 February 2014.
Recorded by Kanwar and Alex, during observation after dusk.
About 8 Buffleheads swimming in Hidden Lake, along with some mallards
Test observation, we are using a recorded barred owl in this observation to test audio recording equipent, location approximate
Sparrow on a sunny afternoon.
One more for clarification.
Saw this beauty soaring above Carkeek Park, but can't tell by the markings if this is in fact a Peregeine Falcon...could it be a Cooper's hawk?