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Dan and Lin Dzurisin

Dan and Lin Dzurisin

Favorite haunts for wildlife photography: Ridgefield NWR, Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area, Malheur NWR, and Yellowstone National Park.

Vancouver, Washington

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Dan and Lin Dzurisin Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Dan and Lin Dzurisin Lat: 43.50 Lon: -119.022 years ago

Is this a red-tailed? I was able to get only this photo. Thanks.

Dan and Lin Dzurisin Red-tailed Hawk, juvenile
Red-tailed Hawk, juvenile commented on by Dan and Lin Dzurisin Washington, USA2 years ago

Thanks for the species ID! Hawks are problematic for me.

Dan and Lin Dzurisin House Wren
House Wren commented on by Dan and Lin Dzurisin Washington, USA2 years ago

Thanks for the ID. House Wren it is.

Dan and Lin Dzurisin Dark-eyed Junco, Pink-sided
Dark-eyed Junco, Pink-sided commented on by Dan and Lin Dzurisin Wyoming, USA2 years ago

Thanks for the species ID! Project Noah provides a great service.

Dan and Lin Dzurisin Red-spotted Garter Snake
Red-spotted Garter Snake commented on by Dan and Lin Dzurisin Washington, USA2 years ago

Thanks for the ID!

Dan and Lin Dzurisin Vesper Sparrow
Vesper Sparrow commented on by Dan and Lin Dzurisin Montana, USA3 years ago

Thanks for the ID!

Dan and Lin Dzurisin Rough-legged hawk
Rough-legged hawk commented on by Dan and Lin Dzurisin Washington, USA3 years ago

Thanks, Ashley.

Dan and Lin Dzurisin House Sparrow
House Sparrow commented on by Dan and Lin Dzurisin Oregon, USA3 years ago

Thanks to EmilieChich for the species ID!

Dan and Lin Dzurisin Red-shouldered hawk
Red-shouldered hawk commented on by Dan and Lin Dzurisin Washington, USA3 years ago

Thanks to Doren B and Jellis for the help with the ID!

Dan and Lin Dzurisin Ground Squirrel
Ground Squirrel commented on by Dan and Lin Dzurisin Jackson Hole, Wyoming, USA4 years ago

These are the only two photos I have. The second shows a bit of the tail. Does that help?