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  1. Bald Eagle

    Bald Eagle

    I watched this young eagle eat his catch while I myself was unsuccessfully fishing.
  2. Cedar Waxwing

    Cedar Waxwing

    One of a flock of about 30 waxwings chirping away in several different trees. The way the colours blend on these birds makes them so interesting!
  3. Harlequin ducks

    Harlequin ducks

  4. Double-crested cormorants in flight

    Double-crested cormorants in flight

  5. Say's Phoebe

    Say's Phoebe

    Phoebe resting


    Not what I'd call a rare visitor to my yard, but a very infrequent one. I only see them a few times a year in small numbers. Some years I don't see any.
  7. American Crow

    American Crow

    This crow drops by now and then to see what I might give it.
  8. Evening Grosbeak Male

    Evening Grosbeak Male

    Always an eye pleasing and welcome sight.
  9. T

    Mallard nest help!

    Hello! I am new here and apologize if I am posting in the wrong place. I am trying to find some information on Mallard ducks and their nesting habits. I live in Ontario, Canada. I have had the same hen nest in the same spot in my backyard for at least the past 4 to 5 springs. She has always...
  10. Perched bald eagle

    Perched bald eagle

  11. Common murre in flight

    Common murre in flight

  12. Harbour seals

    Harbour seals

  13. Yellow Bellied Sap[sucker

    Yellow Bellied Sap[sucker

    He's slightly agitated, another male was on the same small tree and they weren't getting along very well.
  14. Canada Goose

    Canada Goose

    Every spring we have a couple of Canada Geese do a short "layover" at a small roadside pond. They will always stay for a few days before moving on. The pond is about 30 meters or so from the road in a hay field. The geese rest a few days, nibble some grass shoots, and honk at passersby like...
  15. Common Goldeneye

    Common Goldeneye

  16. Common Goldeneye

    Common Goldeneye

  17. Spotted Towhee

    Spotted Towhee

  18. Yellow Bellied Sapsucker.JPG

    Yellow Bellied Sapsucker.JPG

    This handsome male is the first one I have seen this spring.


    Another Sat fun attempt. lol
  20. Song Sparrow

    Song Sparrow

  21. SAT FUN-Curious Brown Creeper

    SAT FUN-Curious Brown Creeper

    "Hellooooo, anyone in there?"
  22. Common Starling

    Common Starling

    Guarding the entrance to it's new nest cavity. I can see this tree clearly from my front door step, and I've watched this bird cleaning out the cavity over the last few days. I hope it picked correctly. Although this is a favorite tree for starlings to nest in, it's a dead tree and very rotten...
  23. Snow geese

    Snow geese

  24. Green-winged Teal

    Green-winged Teal

    GW Teal pair cruising on the wider parts of the marsh
  25. Common Merganser

    Common Merganser

    After spending time on the river shore this female merganser took off downriver