Sat by a bridge for a couple hours and was amazed at some of the wildlife. The Warren Avenue Bridge is located above the Port of Washington Narrows in Bremerton, WA. The bridge host a colony of Pelagic Cormorants and nesting Peregrine Falcons.
Neighborhood Seal. The salmon are running and there is plenty to eat.
Cormorant skimming the Puget Sound.
Navy P3 Orion fly by
Falcon with meal in talons
Falcon looking for a meal
Falcon and his shadow
A view from under the bridge.
The falcons are awesome but the photo under the bridge is my new desktop, something magical about it.
Thanks Connie! The clouds were on and off along with the sun in and out, got lucky with a few images.
That P3 Orion is sure a beauty!
Yep, She’s a beaut! Right place at the right time when she flew over. I had my bird settings on as the P3 flew over, got a nice stop action.