Here are some photos from a recent trip to the Klamath Basin.
Eared Grebes are common in the wetlands along State Line Road (Birding Oregon p. 116). The second bird from the left is still in basic plumage, while all the other birds seen that day had already molted into alternate plumage.
Shorebirds, such as this Semipalmated Plover, can be found on the mudflats along State Line Road.
This Pied-billed Grebe was nesting at Wood River Wetlands (Birding Oregon p.111).
The Klamath Basin is famous for its large wintering population of Bald Eagles, but a few pairs stay to nest. This bird was found in Moore Park in Klamath Falls.
Moore Park is also home to Mule Deer. Note the fuzzy antlers starting to grow on the deer in the center of the photo.
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Love that Bald Eagle shot!