December 2016
Animalblog by Terry Costales

An early winter collection of animal portraits by photographer Terry Costales
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Black-capped Chickadee On Tulip Tree
(1 of 8) (10905 views)

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Eugene, Oregon external link
(Date Photographed: 12:42:07 Thursday 15 December 2016)
(Date Published: Thursday 22 December 2016)
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A Black-capped Chickadee perched on the frozen branches of the tulip tree.


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Black-capped Chickadee On Icy Branch
(2 of 8) (11188 views)

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Eugene, Oregon external link
(Date Photographed: 12:42:22 Thursday 15 December 2016)
(Date Published: Saturday 24 December 2016)
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A Black-capped Chickadee was perched on an icy branch. This shot was last one I took before all the ice melted away.


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Dark-Eyed Junco On Ice
(3 of 8) (10947 views)

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Eugene, Oregon external link
(Date Photographed: 12:38:51 Thursday 15 December 2016)
(Date Published: Wednesday 21 December 2016)
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A Dark-eyed Junco perched in the frozen branches after our storm. Everything remained iced over for four very cold days. Despite the cold, lots of birds appeared at my feeders.


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Black-Capped Chickadee In Ice
(4 of 8) (10735 views)

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Eugene, Oregon external link
(Date Photographed: 12:41:55 Thursday 15 December 2016)
(Date Published: Tuesday 20 December 2016)
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A Black-capped Chickadee perched in fallen branches of our Poplar Tulip Tree. I could only imagine how cold its little tootsies were.


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Song Sparrow Foraging
(5 of 8) (10876 views)

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The Sea Lion Caves external link
Florence, Oregon external link
(Date Photographed: 12:42:00 Tuesday 30 August 2016)
(Date Published: Saturday 17 December 2016)
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A Song Sparrow was foraging for popcorn near the Sea Lion Caves of Florence.


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Turkey Vulture Spreads Wings
(6 of 8) (10780 views)

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Outside The Sea Lion Caves external link
Florence, Oregon external link
(Date Photographed: 12:40:44 Tuesday 30 August 2016)
(Date Published: Friday 16 December 2016)
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A California Turkey Vulture spread its wings to warm itself and to catch an updraft.


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Double-Crested Cormorant Chick Fed
(7 of 8) (11447 views)

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Sea Lion Caves external link
Florence, Oregon external link
(Date Photographed: 12:11:05 Tuesday 30 August 2016)
(Date Published: Sunday 4 December 2016)
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A large Double Crested Cormorant "chick" was still getting fed by his mother on the side of the cliff near the Sea Lion Caves.


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Loud Herring Gull
(8 of 8) (11532 views)

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Sea Lion Caves external link
Florence, Oregon external link
(Date Photographed: 12:09:31 Tuesday 30 August 2016)
(Date Published: Saturday 3 December 2016)
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A Herring Gull landed and loudly announced his arrival.


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