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American Dipper Juvenile Goes for a Caddisfly Larva

Photographer Mike Hamilton was exploring Tokul Creek east of Seattle late in the summer ...

... when he spotted this juvenile American Dipper.

Watching, waiting...

It's in here somewhere.

Taking the plunge!



And it's a ... caddisfly larva!

Down the hatch!

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All photos © Mike Hamilton

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