I brought home about 1000 images from our annual spring trip to Southeastern Oregon. Since conditions were rainy, I shot few landscape images; mostly bird shots, instead. I will break the images from our trip into three postings: two postings of bird images, and one of non-bird shots.
For all these images, you can pick up far more intricate detail in the feathering if you double-click the image to make it larger.
First, below, is an image of a Rose-breasted Grosbeak. While a few usually make their way to Oregon each year, they are still an uncommon treat; and this one seen at the Malheur Game Refuge HQ was a new Oregon bird for me.
This White-breasted Nuthatch (which found himself a delicious treat!) was seen at Cabin Lake.
Cinnamon Teals are gorgeous waterfowl, but most of my sightings have been of them paddling along on the water. I liked…