Picture of the Day – A Gray Jay at Crater Lake National Park.

January 17, 2014 Picture of the Day: A Gray Jay at Crater Lake National Park in Oregon. Crater Lake in Summer (below).  (Credits – Thomas Brown and the National Parks Foundation).


Crater Lake in Summer.

Crater Lake in Summer.


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3 Responses to Picture of the Day – A Gray Jay at Crater Lake National Park.

  1. Cris says:

    For some reason, I was expecting to see the lake in the background somehow. It’s a wonderful place to visit—nicer in summer than in winter, though.

    • wfoster2011 says:

      See Crater Lake in the Summer time.

      • Cris says:

        I’d like to get up there again, but it’s moved another thousand+ miles away since I moved to Missouri. Very long trip. I do have friends nearby, though, if you count Grants Pass as nearby. 🙂

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