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"Mount Hood, Oregon ... August 3, 2012"
The Trip:    Nice summer day ... went up to Mount Hood to look for a family of Gray Jays which had been reported hanging out at the Alpine Campground ... SUCCESS !!!!!!!!!!!!!! ... also went up to Timberline ... not much going on ...

Mount Hood, Oregon:    Mount Hood, one of the large Cascade Range volcanoes, lies about 50 miles east of Portland, Oregon. Timberline Lodge lies at the 6,000-foot level ... To see a listing of birds seen and/or photographed over the years at the Timberline area of Mount Hood ... click here.


Birds seen or photographed ... (in alphabetical order):
  1. American Robin ...
  2. Common Raven ...
  3. Dark-eyed Junco ("Oregon") ...
  4.   Gray Jay ...
  5. Red-tailed Hawk ...
  6. Steller's Jay ...
  7. Varied Thrush ...

 
Gray Jay ... MORE Gray Jay images

Image, 2012, Mount Hood, Oregon, click to enlarge
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Gray Jay, adult, Alpine Campground, Mount Hood, Oregon. Image taken August 3, 2012. Canon EOS 7d, 400mm.
Image, 2012, Mount Hood, Oregon, click to enlarge
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Gray Jay, fledgling, Alpine Campground, Mount Hood, Oregon. Image taken August 3, 2012. Canon EOS 7d, 400mm.



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