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Posted September 8, 2016 from Seattle, WA I’m running an ad for Initiaitive 732 on Sunday, Sept. 10 in the A—section of the Seattle Times.   For more information on I-732, here is the campaign’s website: Yes on I-732 YES ON I-732 Act NOW on climate...

Posted from Seattle,WA on August 15, updated August 18 & 25, 2016 The ad shown below should appear in the Sunday, August 25th A-section of the Seattle Times.  It advocates a yes on I-732 as a "middle path." I ran the following ad tomorrow Tuesday August 16...

Posted August 7, 2016 from Seattle, WA. Welcome to Washington!!! This Snowy Egret in Fife last weekend (Aug 1) was the first ever recorded in Pierce County.   Snowy Egrets, like Great Egrets, may be making a push northward.   Snowy Egrets are active foragers and this...

Posted July 25, updated August 20, 2016 from Seattle, WA. I am so delighted with the last and maybe final incarnation of Orcas in the Salish Sea that I am publishing it at 12” x 36”.  The price will be $40.  I do not have the...

Posted May 23, 2016 from Seattle, WA   I’m running a low-rise ad, shown above, in the Seattle Times on Tuesday May 24, 2016 that should appear in the A-section.  The ad singles out Oregon but is implicitly critical of the movement of DoTs nationally, including US...

Posted May 8, 2016 from Seattle, WA “Tolls are here to stay” wrote the Editors of the Seattle Times last Saturday, May 7.  I say: Don’t be so sure!  Tolls have made their spectacular advance partly because we the public and our leaders haven’t  really thought  them...

Posted May 9, 2016 from Seattle WA I'm working on a new poster that got into the queue ahead of Crabs of the Northwest.  It's Specialty and Characteristic Birds of the Chiricahua Mountains.  I measured wrong and had to add more board, and I ran off...

We tend to think of atrocities against Native Americans as tragic but mostly a thing of the distant past,  but they are happening in real time right now in Latin America, particularly Honduras where the eloquent and tireless Native Lenca-tribal leader Berta Caceres was killed on...

Posted April 13, 2016 from Seattle WA. All my painting time is going into "Birds of the Chiricahua Mountains" at the moment.  I have to ask Reed, the owner/operator of Cave Creek Ranch, if he thinks Buff-breasted Flycatcher should be in this, or if I've missed...

Posted March 19, 2016 from Seattle, WA   Delia has been under the weather so we ventured out late today to Lake Sammamish State Park, where we did a 10,000 step walk out towards the marina. I overdressed and regretted it in the stifling muggy heat of...

Posted March 14, 2016 from Seattle, WA It's been a busy time here at Ed Newbold Wildlife Artist as Poulsbo and Seattle Birds are now published and a new painting Orcas in the Salish Sea is now at the store in three sizes.   Orcas in the Salish...

Posted March 14, 2016 from Seattle, Washington   My ad shown above should appear in the Tuesday March 15 A-section of the Seattle Times. It is meant to help draw more attention to the murder of Berta Caceres on the night of March 3, 2016, who was an...

Posted Feb 25, 2016 from Seattle, WA In contrast to the “We mess with Texas” trip, no sunscreen was needed on our recent four-day expedition to the Okanogan.  After an early start we were going great guns picking up birds on I-90 on Friday morning. A...

Posted on Feb.7, 2016 from Seattle, WA On the 19th of this month I’ll be handing over six painting files to Susan Convery of Olympus Press. One will be “Birds of Seattle,” a painting I started in 1998. It was originally conceived as “Birds of Beacon...

Feeding birds involves making a pact with the Devil, but it got so cold and rainy I felt so sorry for the Spotted Towhees scratching around back there that I went and bought some bird food. Between the creek and the free food, we’re chumming in some nice...

Posted Dec. 7, 2015 from Seattle, WA   I just realized that since the Inland Waters of Southern British Columbia and Western Washington have now been renamed, and are officially the Salish Sea, that means that a trip on one of the ferries is an oversea voyage. In...

Posted November 29, 2015 from Seattle, WA When our friends Richard and Gay saw the painting "Eagle at Spencer" when it was down in New Mexico  (That version was posted in my last blog) Richard might have been reading my mind because the first thing Richard said was "Don't...

Posted Nov. 20, 2015 from Seattle, WA I’ve heard  “Don’t mess with Texas” my whole life.  If I took it seriously, I would probably go to Florida, Hawaii or California to find subtropical birds in the US, rather than “messing” with Texas.  But Delia and I...

Posted Nov. 12, 2015 from Seattle, WA Ed is expecting that the above ad will run in the A-section of the Seattle Times on Sunday, November 14, 2015. The painful, awful thing about politics is taking a stand that you know will annoy wonderful &  good people...

Posted November 5, 2015 from Seattle,WA updated Nov 9 It’s been “Don’t look back” since I took a scissors and started my first crab stencil. There are 24 Crabs in the Northwest and I have 25% started for a Crabs of the Northwest Poster. This is one...

Posted from the Seattle, WA, October 30, 2015 Fall is sort of a benign time in the high desert SW.  No hot windy duststorms like sometimes in spring, and none of the cold that traditionally at least used to come with winter--knock on wood there's snow in the high...