Welcome to John Carr Outdoors!
Please visit the blog and follow. The follow button can be found at the bottom of the page.
If you are seeing this on Facebook, click the link to visit the blog to see all of the photos.
On a late September day we went to Oak Island for a hike. The heavy wildfire smoke had moved out of the valley, but it was a stormy day.
Located nearby on Sauvie Island, Oak Island is a grand place to spot songbirds, wildflowers and small animals.
Even better, it has a bald eagle’s nest high in an oak tree near the trail.
Earlier in the year the adults were still guarding the nest, and there were likely eaglets inside. But, today they are long gone. We’ll have to wait until next year to see them again.
Still, it’s always an interesting place to visit with some late wildflowers and berries to see.
Snowberries, Queen Anne’s Lace, Crab Apple and Red Clover
Sauvie Island and Oak trees
Leave a Reply