Pacific Flyway Migration . A Visual Journey By Wingsdomain

Wingsdomain has released a new online visual journey, “Migration”, features birds of all types that migrate along the Pacific Flyway plus all other resident shoreline birds in this path.

“I am lucky enough to live in California where I am able to witness the beauty and spectacle of this mass migration. Most of the photographs in this gallery were taken in the San Francisco Bay Area in places like Palo Alto’s Baylands Nature Preserve or Southbay’s Don Edwards Wildlife Refuge.” -W

Wikepedia: “The Pacific Flyway is a major north-south route of travel for migratory birds in the Americas, extending from Alaska to Patagonia. Every year, migratory birds travel some or all of this distance both in spring and in fall, following food sources, heading to breeding grounds, or travelling to overwintering sites.”

Pick on image below to follow this wonderful Pacific Flyway “Migration” phenomenon.

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Select Fine Art Gliclee Prints from this visual journey on photographic paper or canvas with framing options can be purchased at the below online galleries:

Wingsdomain . Migration Gallery

Wingsdomain . Just Birds Photography
( is based in the San Francisco Bay Area, providing unique and diversely creative Art and Photography through fine prints to collectors from all around the world since the early eighties. Subjects include animals, birds, landscapes, floral, architecture, automobiles, airplanes, and much more. Select images from are available for licensing, please Inquire Here.

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