Nature & Wildlife
Every once in awhile we see the swift and erratic flight of the hummingbird. Here's one we saw in Redmond, WA and was able to catch in slow-mo --- just to keep on the screen longer, as in normal speed they are here and there so quickly. You can also find us on: Website: https://www.thisandthatnorthwest.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thisandthatnorthwest Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisandthatnorthwest Sister-sites: Meet the Vendors: https://www.meet-the-vendors.com Guess for Coffee: https://www.guessforcoffee.com Video Production: https://www.facebook.com/allnetvideoproduction
Observing the Farm Life of llamas and Sheep
We spotted some llamas and sheep during our road trip, so we decided to take a driving-break and observe the animals for a bit. You can also find us on: Website: https://www.thisandthatnorthwest.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisandthatnorthwest/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thisandthatnorthwest/
Osprey Diving For Their Prey at Rattlesnake Lake
The osprey were out hovering over the lake that day as they look for prey. We actually videotaped one making a dive and actually catching a fish. They make an alarming thud sound as they hit the water. We also saw a rabbit grazing away, but we guess the Osprey didn't see it or they don't prey on rabbits.
Upset Seagull at Alki Beach
During our visit to Alki Beach in Seattle, we came across 2 seagulls at odds with each other. Actually it looked only one was disgruntled as the other seagull seemed to just want to get away. Any idea what could have caused this? You can also connect with us at: Website: https://www.thisandthatnorthwest.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisandthatnorthwest/
Osprey Feeding Her Young
Here's an Osprey, spotted high atop a cement structure in Chambers Bay, Tacoma, feeding her young. Please Subscribe to our Channel to be notified of future videos! You can also find us on: Website: https://www.thisandthatnorthwest.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisandthatnorthwest/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thisandthatnorthwest/
Visiting the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge
The Billy Frank Jr. National Wildlife Refuge is the largest estuary/wildlife refuge in Washington State. It's a great place to visit when you're coming thru Olympia on your way to Seattle or heading south. There's a 5 mile total round trip on a boardwalk if you're in the mood for an easy and relaxing hike. Here's a few video clips and pics of our visits over the last few years.