Less Common views from Sacramento and Colusa National Wildlife Reserve

Ring Necked Pheasant
Ring Necked Pheasant, Colusa National Wildlife Refuge, JAN 2018

Our visit to the Sacramento and Colusa National Wildlife Refuges found us in fog an low light. These conditions make photography more difficult but also present some interesting opportunities for unique and special images. Additionally, on this visit, we were treated to some birds that we don’t normally see. I hope you enjoy these images.

Regards,

Larry

Note: Please click on caption to see image in larger size.

American Bittern
American Bittern, Colusa National Wildlife Refuge, JAN 2018
Birding on a Peaceful, Foggy Morn
Birding on a Foggy Morn, Colusa National Wildlife Refuge, JAN 2018
Double Crested Cormourant
Double Crested Cormorant, Colusa National Wildlife Refuge, JAN 2018
Fading Into the Fog
Fading Into the Fog, Colusa National Wildlife Refuge, JAN 2018
Female Northern Harrier (aka Marsh Hawk)
Female Northern Harrier, Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge, JAN 2018
Wilson's Snipe
Wilson’s Snipe, Colusa National Wildlife Refuge, JAN 2018
American Whimbrel
American Whimbrel, Colusa National Wildlife Refuge, JAN 2018
Pied-billed Grebe
Pied-billed Grebe, Colusa National Wildlife Refuge, JAN 2018
Common Moorhen (Waterhen, Swamp Chicken, Rail, closely related f
Common Moorhen, Colusa National Wildlife Reserve, JAN 2018

Note: These and other images are available for purchase on my website www.earthwatcher.us or by contacting larry@earthwatcher.us.

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