Posted by: atowhee | April 21, 2010

More Malheur Images

Just got to open an email from Doug Godwin, one of our score of birders at Malheur last week.  He got some great shots.  I will post some sample but his picasa album is here.

Anyone who’s read this blog knows I love Sandhill Cranes.  This is just one of the better shots Mr. Godwin has in his picasa album.  We saw dozens of the Greater sub-species on this trip.  Malheur has the largest breeding population of Greater Sandhill Crane in the U.S.

Yellow-rumped Warbler gently held by Duncan Evered, co-director of Malheur Field Station.

Dabblers take flight: Shovelers on left, Mallards to the right.

Least chipmunks and a golden-bellied marmot.

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