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Jackson Bottom birdwatching

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I went out to Jackson Bottom Wetlands today. It was a cold, windy, rainy day, so a bit miserable out. But still gorgeous and peaceful, and lots of wildlife. It will be a great place to visit in about a month or so, when Spring will bring even more birds to the abundant ponds.

Species list for today:

  • douglas squirrel, its so nice to see native squirrels since most of the squirrels around are non-native invasive species
  • mink
  • skunk
  • juvenile bald eagle eating a dead, baby deer. pics turned out blurry but was totally cool
  • red tailed hawk
  • downy woodpecker
  • chickadee
  • mallard
  • deer
  • golden crowned sparrow
  • robin
  • song sparrow
  • dark eyed junco
  • ring necked duck
  • canada goose
  • northern shoveler
  • yellow rumped warbler
  • bufflehead
  • coot
  • great blue heron
  • common merganser
  • red winged blackbird
  • killdeer
  • kingfisher
  • northern flicker

Author: Kay-Kay's Bird Club

Hat-maker, Bird lover, Star gazer, Scooter rider, and Running fool.

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