Bainbridge Island Circumnavigation - Mar 24th

(Vessel was Admiral Pete, an 80 foot powered catamaran.)

Common Goldeneye, getting airborne in Eagle Harbor.


Red-necked Grebe


Barrow's Goldeneyes, near an old ferry boat in the DOT maintenance yard.


Pigeon Guillemot


Double Crested Cormorant - Leaving Eagle Harbor, heading south.


Three Brandt's Cormorants above with a Pelagic Cormorant below.


Western Grebes


Surfbirds* - At Blakely Rocks off SE corner of Restoration Point.


Surfbirds and Black Turnstone*


Harbor Seal


Sculpture with Glaucous-winged Gull atop.


Black Scoter* - Progressing up Rich Passage


White-winged Scoter


Harlequin Duck*


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.


Rhinoceros Auklet*


Brandt's, Pelagic, and Double-crested Cormorants.


Common Murre*


Bald Eagle


Belted Kingfisher


Long-tailed Duck*


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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