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Welcome to the Aviary

Let Os-prey !!

Osprey migrate to Oregon in the Spring. They lay a clutch in April and are gone again in September. This pair has provided several seasons of insight into partnering and parenting.

Herons and Egrets

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DUCK!

Ducks are interesting to contemplate. They seem serene yet cagey as they go about their business of mating and raising their young.

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This VULTURE left his lunch to pose for us. He's saying, "I'm ready for my close-up, Mr. DeMille." Note that you can see through his nose!

This adult BALD EAGLE perched high, enjoying the early morning sunshine!

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A JUVENILE BALD EAGLE watches in the winter rain.

All Gull is Divided into Three Parts -- Or Maybe Six?

Majestic Gull
Got Anymore Cake?
Gull in Evening Light
Throw Out the Flaps!
Coast-ing
I Know I Dropped it Somewhere ---

The Tenth Letter of the Alphabet - Can You Say Jay?

Neither Last nor Least -- Geese

Click on any picture to view but when the first picture opens, click on the expansion arrows in the upper left to get an eyeful!

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Cranes - Gawky but Graceful!

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They are almost primitive in their  strength, like a creature you would find in a less settled area than Woodland, WA!

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