This morning I decided to check out the Wapato Access Greenway State Park Trail on Sauvie Island. Lucky for Jake, dogs are permitted on the trail. We spent about an hour and a half wandering around there.
There were lots of American Robins flitting from tree to tree.
This White-breasted Nuthatch didn't seem to mind my horrendous coughing fit.
This looks like a junco, but I'm not sure..
Lots of Northern Pintails, Northern Shovelers, and Mallards swimming in Virginia Lake.
After our hike I drove around the island a bit..
This Red-tailed Hawk was a bit camera shy.
This Bald Eagle perched along the Multnomah Channel definitely did not want to be my friend.
A pair of domestic ducks in the channel.
I am not sure what kind of deer this is, and I am still not convinced it is even real. I don't think he moved the whole time I was taking pictures...
Snow Geese and Canada Geese coming in for a landing...
These geese were in someone's yard... They also look fake to me. Am I crazy?
And lastly, a pair of Bald Eagles keeping watch over one of the main curves in the road.