Boardwalk at Creamer's Field in Fairbanks, Alaska
Posted by Lee Petersen | February 9, 2020
Creamer’s Field

Creamer's Field - Migratory Waterfowl Refuge is a 2,200-acre wildlife refuge on a historic (non-operating) dairy farm. It is open to the public for walking and day use. Creamer's Field...

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Posted by Lee Petersen | February 3, 2020
Fear

Fear - Juvenile bald eagle and seagull View My Wildlife Gallery A juvenile bald eagle causes a commotion among the seagulls at the Solomon Gulch Hatchery in Valdez, Alaska. Eagles...

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Juvenile yellow-crowned night heron at Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge
Posted by Lee Petersen | January 14, 2020
Birds (and more) at Pelican Island

The Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge is roughly 5400 acres of protected water and land. Located near Sebastian, Florida, the refuge is a beautiful conservation site in an otherwise sprawling...

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Either an immature male or female pine grosbeak
Posted by Lee Petersen | December 28, 2014
Pine Grosbeak

This is the first year we've had pine grosbeaks regularly at the feeder, sometimes up to 6 at a time. It's been at least 8 days in a row now,...

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Posted by Lee Petersen | May 26, 2011
Yellow Rumped Warbler

Yellow Rumped Warbler, a photo by Lee Petersen on Flickr.In Denali National Park on the Taiga Trail.

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Posted by Lee Petersen | May 13, 2011
Junco

Junco, a photo by Lee Petersen on Flickr.Dark-eyed junco's arrived at our home about a week ago. Fairbanks Alaska.

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Posted by Lee Petersen | April 26, 2011
Three Cranes

Three Cranes, a photo by Lee Petersen on Flickr.The Sandhill Cranes are officially back! Kate and I saw one out in the field yesterday. Today there were at least 4...

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Posted by Lee Petersen | April 26, 2011
Trumpeter Swan

Trumpeter Swan, a photo by Lee Petersen on Flickr.At Creamer's Field: April 25th, 2011.

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Posted by Lee Petersen | April 23, 2011
Goose, Gooses, and More Gooses

Ohhhh boy, you'll never guess what we saw today: Geese!The first flocks of Canada Geese arrived in Fairbanks a couple of weeks ago. Today, Creamer's Field (migratory water fowl refuge)...

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Posted by Lee Petersen | April 18, 2011
Magpies

Also in Denali National Park on April 17th, 2011:

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