Raptor Surveys and more!

We continued to survey raptors at the four locations we visited previously on three other occasions, and this time we even got an owl and some fun pictures of other (passerine and water birds, and non-avian) species. Click on any of the photos below to enlarge them and see more detail – Enjoy!

All photos by Sara Remmes or myself (Kristina Wolf):

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. sherwin jackson says:

    nice to see all the beautiful wildlife living happily in their natural settings. Is that a row or herd of wild pigs in one of those photos?


    1. Unfortunately for me, yes! Lots of wild pigs out in the foothills of Esparto/Winters.


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