All the bird feeders along the trail are dominated by these blackbirds, except when I get near and start to take pictures, then they flew away and the other smaller birds start to take over.
A couple of Downy Woodpeckers enjoy the food as well. Now that I looked at the feeder again, the drawing outside is quite beautiful.
The Red-winged Blackbirds flew to the branches and wondered when will I leave.
Leaving an assortment of small birds to enjoy their chance to feed, e.g. Song Sparrows, White-crowned Sparrows, and Black-capped Chickadees.
Took me a while to figure out that this is an immature White-crowned Sparrow. Initially, I thought it was a Chipping Sparrow.
The Downy Woodpeckers aren't shy as well.
Take photos along the railtrack.
Sunlight hitting the rails created a TRON-like image.
A couple of beautiful images from the peaceful scenary.
Rather than walking along the rail, I saw a trail into the forest and walked into it. Definitely feel excited walking on a new path. Saw a couple of American Robins and Varied Thrushes. This was the only decent photo of the VATH inside the poor-lighting forest.
Didn't see this pair above me until I walked out the forest.
SWALLOW ACE? What a strange name.
Heading towards Finn Slough and saw this juvenile Mute Swan again.
What a beautiful image with the curious background.
Like the dimple-like surface.
Saw a beautiful sunset ahead of me as turned around heading back home.
Such a beautiful day.
Found some loose feathers on the ground while taking photos of the sunset. Looks like it's a bird-of-prey body feather. Definitely a mystery.