Winter Day Trip to the Skagit Valley

February 11, 2012

Snow-capped Mount Baker dominates this Skagit Valley view

Winter offers its own pleasures in the rural Skagit Valley, a one-hour drive north of Seattle.  We were on the lookout for trumpeter swans and snow geese on our most recent trip.  We saw the birds, but they had settled to feed some distance from the road.  It’s always awesome to see and hear the great flocks in flight, even if they were too far away for good photos.

Trumpeter swans in flight

Trumpeter swan

Skagit Valley in February

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3 Responses to “Winter Day Trip to the Skagit Valley”

  1. Elisa's Spot Says:

    OOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooooooooo I’ve never seen a swan flying in person or in pictures!!!


  2. Lovely! I love your posts! :)It allows me a little escape everytime 🙂


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