[Tweeters] State may be using Owls for traffic enforcement (and more nonsense)

Ed Newbold ednewbold1 at yahoo.com
Sat Sep 14 19:14:21 PDT 2019


Hi all,
The state appears to be doing a pilot project in which they are using Owls in traffic enforcement--as this shot, taken near Hansville WA, suggests:

https://ednewbold.com/state-looking-at-new-approaches-to-speeding-enforcement/


(If you can't get to the link, don't worry, categorize it as "attempted humor.")

Also find shots of a seasick Black-footed Albatross (no that was the photographer), Stilt Sandpiper, Caspian Tern, Snowy Plover, Baird's Sandpiper and a Yellow Warbler in the four stages of taking a bath in Butyl Creek (today.) 
Also a rare shot of me doing a "Yearbird Dance."
Admit it, we all do yearbird dances, don't we? Oh.
And a shot of the indomitable, courageous and deeply bird-loving Brian Pendleton in Yakima.

Best wishes
Ed Newbold
residential Beacon Hill, Seattle ednewbold1 at yahoo.com 



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