Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve is located within the city limits of Hillsboro, Oregon in the United States. It’s 635 acres is home to over 150 species of birds, and a diverse collection of native plants and animals. As with any visit to a wildlife park or preserve, what you see is a product of random chance. On my next visit I could compile an entirely different collection of photos. I captured the majority of these with a 70-200 lens combined with a 1.4 extender. This was also the combination I used while on safari in Africa, and while definitely better than a point-and-shoot, it left me longing for at least twice that focal length.