Scene in Edmonds: Bird life

Photographer Bill Ray found these birds during a rainy morning on the Edmonds waterfront.

Sychronized fishing
A grebe
A cormorant finds breakfast.
A bufflehead
A cormorant drying its wings. “Cormorants stand around to dry their wings because they do not have as much oil in their feathers as the ducks do, so they can become waterlogged,” Ray notes.
  1. Many thanks for your beautiful pictures of some of the many birds who frequent Edmonds. And that you captured them in action is an added bonus.

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