Why would someone call a crow a hobbit? They clearly do not have hairy feet or make their homes underground. They don’t appear to spend time with wizards, elves or dwarves. Still there must be some reason…Find out more at: Union Bay Watch
This week’s post features Sapsuckers seen on Whidbey Island. Have you ever seen any in our neighborhood? (I am still looking.) Can you tell the difference between a juvenile and a mature Sapsucker? If you would like to learn more take a look at this week’s post on Union Bay Watch.
This week’s post is about the surprising behavior of our local Pileated Woodpeckers, Elvis, Priscilla and Marie.
This week’s post is all about The Easy Life of a bird residing next door in the Arboretum. Can you find it in the photo above? If not or if so you may want to visit Union Bay Watch for more information and another challenge or two.
Have a great day on Union Bay…where nature lives in the city!
Larry Hubbell’s first solo art show will begin next week at the Miller Library at the Union Bay Natural Area. Learn the details at:
This little bird is one of a number of surprises found in and around Union Bay this week. Do you know why? Find out the answer and some “larger” surprises at Union Bay Watch.