Yakkers, Today, on my way back to Toppenish, I passed an adult Peregrine Falcon perched on a power pole eating a prey item along N. Wenas Rd. It was aboutkozma.jeff
Yakkers, Just a quick reminder that tomorrow's walk will be at 7:30. We will be walking at 7:30 until further notice. Hope to see some of you there! Karen Zookgadzooks58
Yakkers, Ellen and I checked out the Grandview STP yesterday and found 9 species of shorebirds including a late WILSON'S PHALAROPE along with 3 Red-necked
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Photo: Dickcissel found in Hardy Canyon on June 3, 2015, by Richard Repp. First record for Yakima County. Photo by Denny Granstrand.
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