Upload & Sell: Off
if you're a wildlife shooter, there aren't a whole lot of places in the Seattle area. it's too urbanized. there are a couple of places not too far away that are decent for birding, but that's really about it. you might try Juanita Bay Park in Kirkland - i've gotten tons of nice bird shots there, though September isn't the best time of year for them. you might find eagles, osprey, herons, and probably some late summer migratory birds there. the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge, located just off I-5 about 20 minutes south of Tacoma, also offers some opportunities, mostly migratory and "tweety" birds, but occasionally otter, raptors and owls. again, there's a lot more activity in spring than fall, but not a bad spot. the Skagit flats up near Mt Vernon isn't bad... there are often raptors and owls up there, as well as migratory birds.