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stanley park

  1. American wigeon

    American wigeon

  2. American crow

    American crow

  3. Male wood duck

    Male wood duck

  4. Golden-crowned kinglet

    Golden-crowned kinglet

  5. Anna's hummingbird

    Anna's hummingbird

  6. Male bufflehead

    Male bufflehead

  7. Spotted towhee

    Spotted towhee

  8. Chestnut-backed chickadee

    Chestnut-backed chickadee

  9. Juvenile spotted towhee

    Juvenile spotted towhee

  10. Male varied thrush

    Male varied thrush

  11. Pacific wren

    Pacific wren

  12. Swamp sparrow

    Swamp sparrow

  13. Black squirrel

    Black squirrel

    Black squirrels are a melanistic subgroup of squirrels with black coloration on their fur. The phenomenon occurs with several species of squirrels, although it is most frequent with the eastern gray squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) and the fox squirrel (Sciurus niger). (Wikipedia)
  14. Creatures great and small

    Creatures great and small

    You only need to stretch out your hand and they land on it :)
  15. Male american wigeon

    Male american wigeon

  16. Anna's hummingbird

    Anna's hummingbird

  17. Mute Swan, Cygnus olor

    Mute Swan, Cygnus olor

    Mute Swan, Cygnus olor, on the Lagoon in Stanley Park, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, North America.
  18. Black Oystercatcher - Vancouver, Stanely Park, 3rd Beach

    Black Oystercatcher - Vancouver, Stanely Park, 3rd Beach

    During this time of year, there is usually a small flock of these birds between Second and Third Beach - usually between 8 and 12 of them. Pretty hard to spot though - have to watch for movement amoung the rocks and mussels.
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