Category Archives: Birds

I See You

I was getting a wary eye from this eagle. He was concerned that I might take his dinner from him.

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Bald Eagle Dating

For those of you that have never seen a bald eagle, here is a picture of one … or a dozen … In the spring, naturalists presume that eagles will gather together in search of a mate. Whether it is … Continue reading

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Evening Swim

A quiet evening on the shore of the Salish Sea found these geese quietly swimming, all in a row.

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On Wings Like Eagles

They will soar on wings like eagles. Isa 40:31

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Glaucous-winged Gull

As I take photos, I want to know the names of what I am taking pictures of. Gulls are good for a prolonged search in my Sibley “Field Guide to Birds”. A photo will let me study the bird in … Continue reading

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Blue Heron

Walking along the water near Qualicum Beach, I found this Blue Heron patiently waiting to catch his dinner.

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Birds of Prey

400 years ago a sapling was growing, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Recovered as a fallen stump, British Columbia wildlife sculptor Terry J. McKinnon created this beautiful carving titled “Birds of Prey”. Over 10,000 separate chainsaw cuts were used to make … Continue reading

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Bald Eagle on Perch

The Bald Eagle is a bird I never tire of observing. I found this one on its perch, overlooking the water, scanning for its dinner. This eagle was quite happy to let me walk around and photograph it.

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Determined

I can only say that I am glad that it was not me that this bald eagle had in its sights!

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Golden Eagle

Also seen at the Raptor Centre was this Golden Eagle. Amazing birds when you have the chance to look at them closely.

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