Sunday, March 29, 2009

A walk in the forest

I love the trees in the Quinault Rain Forest.

We walked in the rain.

Steller's Jay

the Varied Thrush, the ferns and the moss
call this forest home.


Anonymous said...

That J is stunning. I've never seen one like that.

Belen said...

wonderfull! I wish I could be there...

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Wow, wonderful pictures Sherry.

Anonymous said...

That stellar's jay is great! It seems so colorful that it belongs in a tropical rainforest.

I have always wanted to go there. Such a strange idea...a rainforest in the northwest.

Also, don't forget to vote for your favorite team to win the scientist cup:

Cheryl said...

Dear lovely....

The third photograph made me shiver.....for me it shows the true beauty of the forest.....I am at one in the woods....I belong to the trees and moss.....

Another few weeks and your tree will be breaking bud.....It is exciting to think that you have a tree here......

Anonymous said...

The rainforest is a magical place to visit isnt it? I am glad you got the chance to go!

Sheila said...

Beautiful pics Q
The birds are so different to anything I've seen. Makes you realize how species differ according to region, even in the same country.

Q said...

Dear Flowergardengirl,
The birds in the PNW are different from my birds too.
I enjoyed seeing so many.

Q said...

Dear Belen,
I love the temperate rain forest.
I could live there.

Q said...

Dear Lisa,
I enjoyed seeing the different birds...I really enjoyed being in the forest with my daughter. Sharing the trees with her was wonderful.

Q said...

Dear Scienceguy288,
The forest is very incredible.
I hope you do get to go someday. Lake Quinault Lodge is a great place to stay.
I have enjoyed your science cup!
Lots of fun and I learned so much.
Thank you!

Q said...

Dear Cheryl,
You would love the temperate rain forest. The trees are so ancient.
I too belong to the forest.
It is a magical place.

Q said...

Dear Stacey,
I am in love with the temperate rain forest.
It is a magical place. There is one tree that I feel "one" with.
I could move there.

Q said...

Dear Shelia,
So many birds! It is amazing how different habitats support different birds.
I enjoy traveling. I really enjoy birding and seeing different butterflies.
My favorite part of this trip was seeing my daughter!

Wendy said...

Lovely pics. Those birds are truly beautiful. And the trees too.

Q said...

Dear Wendy,
I posted more about the time we spent at Lake Quinault on my Holiday blog! It was wonderful.

Mary said...

Lovely. Love that Jay.

Q said...

Dear MAry,
I had thought I would actually write down all the birds I have seen in my lifetime last winter but did not get to it! Maybe one of these days I will. I have a beautiful Audubon Life List Journal I could fill in. I have seen so many lifers this year.
It was great to see this Jay.