Category Archives: Birds
I was getting a wary eye from this eagle. He was concerned that I might take his dinner from him.
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
A quiet evening on the shore of the Salish Sea found these geese quietly swimming, all in a row.
They will soar on wings like eagles. Isa 40:31
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
Walking along the water near Qualicum Beach, I found this Blue Heron patiently waiting to catch his dinner.
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
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.
I can only say that I am glad that it was not me that this bald eagle had in its sights!
Also seen at the Raptor Centre was this Golden Eagle. Amazing birds when you have the chance to look at them closely.