From a Night Roost

I saw geese flying from their night roost during sunrise, ibises but never saw how a flock of Double-crested Cormorants was leaving a night roost. Bear River sometimes is full of surprises.  

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Spring in the Wasatch Mountains

A Black-chinned hummingbird is a very small bird that has no brilliant colors, his bill is long and slender. I see these birds often while I am hiking, they like to perch in open places on branches. Female California Quail. There were the male and female California Quails in the dense forest. The male disappeared […]

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Spring in the Wasatch Mountains – II.

There is a little heaven high in the mountains where some birds made a home. So far I saw the Western Scrub-Jays, Blue-gray Gnatcatchers, Mourning Dove, Lazuli Buntings and Magpies. This morning I met a Blue-gray Gnatcatcher (photo above). He was perching on a dry branch greeting the morning with a beautiful song.   You […]

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Bear River – IV.

That was the first warm spring day. The sky was clear and blue for the first time and resembled the sea. The clouds were floating in the sky like the white weightless ships. The wind was tender and warm. That morning I “forgot” about birds and took only photos of Bear River to remember how […]

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Bear River in March – III.

Being at Bear River is like returning to normal life for a while and forgetting about what is happening in the world. Being at Bear River for several hours, is being in the place where the sun shines brightly, blackbirds are singing and preparing for the nesting season, where is no such thing as social […]

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