Tag Archives: Western Scrub-Jay

Tualatin River NWR

While the bird diversity has thinned out considerably in the past couple of weeks, I had some nice views of the summer residents at Tualatin River NWR. The resident Bald Eagles still have one youngster in the nest. He is … Continue reading

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Where all my sunflower seed goes

Along with the usual small songbirds that visit my bird feeder, I sometimes host larger birds that do their best to deplete the feeder as quickly as possible. Western Scrub-Jays will fill their crops, then fly off to hide the … Continue reading

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