Local bird watchers, including Hugh Jennings, have been actively spotting fowl in the Lake Hills Greenbelt and other natural areas of Bellevue for over 20 years.
Countless peamouth minnows return to Kelsey Creek in the spring to spawn. For 24 to 48 hours, the stream is thick with the usually elusive fish.
Vast forests. Meadow-strewn mountain peaks. Small farms that feed city markets. Rural communities, keepers of our region’s colorful past.