The Pacific Northwest is a magical place for bird photography. Bald Eagles abound in the San Juan Islands and millions of migratory birds pass through Grays Harbor on their journey to and from Alaska. Some winters bring an irruption of Snowy Owls to Boundary Bay BC (above) and blizzards of Snow Geese invariably land on the Skagit Valley farmland. All these birds live in an ecosystem that is fragile and under threat from pollution and heavy oil tanker traffic. My hope is that this small gallery of photographs will help motivate viewers to advocate for conservation and protection of these habitats for the benefit of future generations.
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