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Thursday, October 22, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Reader photo: Hide and seek

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Reader photo: King of his court

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Reader photo: Until we meet again

Staying almost two weeks longer than usual, ospreys – harbingers of spring and symbols of summer – have finally retreated from their residence in Hauser.

Reader photo: Sweetly singing

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Reader photo: Planning ahead

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Reader photo: Keep your head up

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Reader photo: Blue heaven

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Reader photo: Splish, splash

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Reader photo: Elusive quarry

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Reader photo: Peaceful reflections

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Reader photo: Lip-smacking goodness

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Reader photo: Starry, starry night

Comet NEOWISE, taken west of Spokane, streaks across the sky on the night of July 15. NEOWISE was bright enough to be seen with the naked eye and was also the brightest comet to pass by Earth in 23 years.

Reader photo: Ready for his close-up

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Reader photo: Back paddle!

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Reader photo: Lucky catch

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Reader photo: Return visitors

About three years ago this handsome fellow, a Bullock's oriole, showed up on the picnic table of Cherry Edwards.