Scene in Edmonds: Can you identify this animal?

The animal in this photo was seen at the Edmonds Marsh on Tuesday, around 11 a.m., Laura Brou said. “The crows were going crazy about its presence. I saw it with David Richman, another local birder. We have not been able to get a positive identification for it because we don’t have a photo that shows the full…

Edmonds scenics: Tulips, ducks and the setting sun

  Photographer Vicki Hone Smith says that as she was sitting on her patio watching the sun nearing the horizon Friday, she noticed this pair of ducks on the edge of the berm sitting down and just looking out — as if they were viewing the sunset too. Gary Olson says that Friday night’s sunset…

Scene in Edmonds: Olympic Beach odd couple

At Olympic Beach, photographer Doug Parrott spotted a rabbit and a crow that seemed to be sharing a meal. “I have never seen these species so close together alive,” he says. “The rabbit was feeding on the grass, and the crow was feeding very close by on something I couldn’t see. When the crow got…

Scene in Edmonds: Ferry at sundown

Photos of the M/V Spokane leaving Edmonds for Kingston at sunset Friday night. Fun facts: This Jumbo-class ferry was built in 1972 at Todd Shipyards in Seattle. Named after the Spokane tribe, the ship can carry 188 vehicles and 2,000 passengers. It is powered by four diesel-electric engines that generate 11,500 horsepower. — Photos by…

Scene in Edmonds: Flying high

High winds and choppy seas helped launch area kite boarders into the sky Thursday, notes photographer Doug Parrott, who shot these photos from Marina Beach.