Hawks, crows, juncos and more wildlife photos

It’s been a beautiful fall on the PAWS Campus with the locally abundant red alders and bigleaf maples turning lovely shades of gold. Robins have been visiting along with juncos, Steller’s jays and a red-tailed hawk who attracted a lot of interest from the local crows. PAWS naturalist Kevin Mack has shared some of his photos of these and more.

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