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April 24

Loons seem to have been moving through in more consistent numbers here at Ballona Creek the past couple of weeks. Common, Red-throated and most recently photographed a Pacific Loon starting to show breeding plumage:

Pacific LoonPacific Loon

A Black Oystercatcher kept playing peek-a-boo with me as I was photographing the Pacific Loon:

Black Oystercatcher

And the Caspian Terns were still chasing each other around as usual!

Caspian Tern

Here’s the rest of the album.


Posted by on April 24, 2008 in Photography Adventures

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