A Bit of Nature in Klamath Falls

Klamath Falls, Oregon

 

After so much desert, and so much of drought stricken conditions, we are really enjoying the verdant green meadows and marshes around Klamath Falls.

 

Klamath Marsh
Klamath Marsh

 

Klamath Falls is centrally located on a major bird migratory flyway, so with our new bird watching hobby, we are having a grand time, even though many of the migratory birds are far to the north at this time of year. There is still so much to see and explore!

I met this beautiful Cedar Waxwing for the first time in the wilds.

 

Cedar Waxwing
Cedar Waxwing

 

Then I shared a view with this handsome Goldfinch.

 

American Goldfinch
American Goldfinch

 

And discovered this male Yellow Warbler feeding his youngster.

 

Daddy Feeding the Babe
Daddy Feeding the Babe

 

Caught this beautiful Osprey perched on what I think is a chick under her.

 

Osprey on Nesst
Osprey on Nest

 

Stopped along the way to smell a few flowers. Gosh my botany is very rusty, so I didn’t even get their names today.

 

Perfectly Pink
Perfectly Pink

 

Still beautiful without proper names.

 

Mellow Yellow
Mellow Yellow

 

And finally said good-bye to the day, watching this lone Double-breasted Cormorant watch over his dinner table.

 

Lone Cormorant
Lone Cormorant

 

Not a bad day…                                 ❧

 

 

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