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Washington Park Arboretum

These links will take you to the images of the Seattle Arboretum in all the galleries at Living Wilderness. The "next" and "previous image" links on the photo pages may not correspond to the listings here.

 
Floating Leaf  

Floating Leaf
Fall color is represented by a single yellow leaf, floating off Foster Island in the Seattle Arboretum.

     
Leaf Arrangement  

Leaf Arrangement
The University of Washington (UW) Arboretum in Seattle is home to a wide variety of trees. This arrangement shows the fall colors in some of their leaves.

     
Great Blue Heron Feeding  

Great Blue Heron Feeding
A Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias) catches a fish off Foster Island in the Seattle Arboretum.

     
Great Blue Heron Feeding on Bluegill  

Great Blue Heron Feeding on Bluegill
A great blue heron (Ardea herodias) feeds on a bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus) that it caught in the wetland off Foster Island in Seattle's Washington Park Arboretum.

     
Great Blue Heron, Searching for Food  

Great Blue Heron, Searching for Food
A Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias) searches for food near Foster Island in Seattle's Washington Park Arboretum.

     
Immature Green-Backed Heron (Butorides striatus)  

Immature Green-Backed Heron
A Green-Backed Heron (Butorides striatus) checks out its surroundings from a small island in Seattle's Washington Park Arboretum. This heron is immature; the sides and backs of adults' necks are deep chestnut and they have green mixed with blue-gray on their upper parts.

     
Baby Mallard Ducks  

Baby Mallard Ducks in a Row
A row of baby mallard ducks (Anas platyrhynchos) rest on a log in the Washington Park Arboretum in Seattle.

     
Mallard Ducks: Mother and Babies  

Mallard Ducks: Mother and Babies
A female mallard duck (Anas platyrhynchos) leads her babies through lily pads in the Seattle Arboretum in Washington state.

     
Mallard  

Mallard
A male mallard duck, (Anas platyrhynchos), adjusts his feathers as he floats in the UW Arboretum.

     
Coot  

American Coot Reflection
An American Coot (Fulica americana) swims near Foster Island in Seattle's Washington Park Arboretum.

     
American Coot Reflection (Image #2)  

American Coot Reflection - Image #2
An American Coot (Fulica americana) casts a nearly perfect reflection as it swims in the Seattle Arboretum.

     
Grebe  

Pied-Billed Grebe
A Pied-Billed Grebe (Podilymbus podiceps) swims in the channel that surrounds Foster Island in the UW Arboretum.

     
Canada Geese Swimming  

Canada Geese Swimming
Canada Geese (Branta canadensis) swim in the channel around Foster Island in the Washington Park Arboretum in Seattle.

     
Turtle: Red-Eared Slider on a Log  

Red-Eared Slider on a Log
A turtle, a red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta elegans), suns itself on a floating log in the UW Arboretum.

     
Painted Turtle, Seattle Arboretum  

Painted Turtle Reflection
A Painted Turtle (Chrysemys picta) casts a reflection in the water around Foster Island in Seattle's Washington Park Arboretum.

     
Painted Turtle on Log, Seattle Arboretum  

Painted Turtle on Log
A painted turtle (Chrysemys picta) suns itself on a log off Foster Island in Seattle's Washington Park Arboretum.

     
Frog  

American Bullfrog
An American Bullfrog (Rana Catesbeiana) suns itself on a small, submerged log in a channel around Foster Island in the Seattle Arboretum.

     
Lily Pads, S Formation, Seattle Arboretum  

Lily Pads in 'S' Formation
Fragrant Water Lilies growing off Foster Island leave just a narrow 'S' pattern in the waters of Lake Washington near the Seattle Arboretum.

     
Fragrant Water Lily (Nymphaea odorata)  

Fragrant Water Lily
A Fragrant Water Lily (Nymphaea odorata) blooms in the channel surrounding Foster Island in Seattle's Washington Park Arboretum.

     
Twisted Stems, Water Lilies, Seattle Arboretum  

Twisted Stems, Fragrant Water Lilies
Stems of several fragrant water lilies (Nymphaea odorata) twist together under the surface of Lake Washington in Seattle's Washington Park Arboretum.

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