In early March Jody and I went back up to the Nooksack River hoping to see Bald Eagles as we had in January. While it was too late in the season for that we did get the treat of watching a pair of American Dippers working the river. They were feeding and gathering nesting materials. The sun was out and the reflection of the trees across the river made wonderful colors in the water. The Dippers spent most of the time they spent in the shadow of the bridge so it made a challenging photographic situation.