wildlife sighting total.
Most exciting was a possible sighting of an Osprey atop a snag next to the water.
Please help us ID this bird!
photo credit-Janet Way
Have you seen this bird at Ronald Bog?
What other birds have you seen there?
Also sighted -
• nine ducks
• uncountable swallows
• many turtles
• one rat
• many dragon flies
Northern Shoveler (?)
Ducks on logs, can you see them?
In the past many other water fowl, fish (and fishermen), and a beaver have been seen. What creatures have you seen?
Let us know.
Ronald Bog is a lovely resource for seeing wildlife in Shoreline. It is at the headwaters of the North Branch of Thornton Creek Watershed, the largest in Shoreline and Seattle. Thornton Creek is habitat to five species of salmonids, including chinook.