#434 Eagle Pair at Flattery (12 x 16)
Cape Flattery is the NW tip of the continental US. Delia and I were out there in October of 16 and saw a Sea Otter and about 90 Black Oystercatchers. Birds that are on the move from all over the world come to Neah Bay and Cape Flattery in migration season–we saw several Tropical Kingbirds that were “wrong way flier” from the tropics, likely Mexico. This is how species make sure they aren’t missing out on good territory somewhere. The Bald Eagles, though, are residents and here survey their realm.