Bainbridge Island Circumnavigation - Mar 24th
(Vessel was Admiral Pete, an 80 foot powered catamaran.)
Common Goldeneye, getting airborne in Eagle Harbor.
Barrow's Goldeneyes, near an old ferry boat in the DOT maintenance yard.
Double Crested Cormorant - Leaving Eagle Harbor, heading south.
Three Brandt's Cormorants above with a Pelagic Cormorant below.
Surfbirds* - At Blakely Rocks off SE corner of Restoration Point.
Surfbirds and Black Turnstone*
Sculpture with Glaucous-winged Gull atop.
Black Scoter* - Progressing up Rich Passage
Pair of Harlequin Ducks
Harbor Seal sunbathing on rocks with Glauscous-winged Gulls and a lone Red-breasted Merganser in the distance.
Someone spotted this Common Raven flying overhead which George identified, noting that the tail is different from the one on a crow.
Brandt's, Pelagic, and Double-crested Cormorants.
Long-tailed Ducks, flying.
Peregrine Falcon* under the Agate Passage Bridge.
Brants* in flight.
* ten new species for Al on this day!
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