July 26-30 2015 Boundary Bay
It was good to be back at Boundary Bay after my recent trip across Canada. I arrived back just in time to join many other birders for the Bar-tailed Godwit twitch. The Pacific Golden-Plovers were an added bonus. The Caspian Tern came out of nowhere and was gone as quickly. It was good to meet up with so many birding friends and tread familiar ground.
|Wester Sandpipers flying toward the sun.|
|Western Sandpipers flying away from the main light source.|
July 26/15 104 St
|Bar-tailed Goodwit and Back-bellied Plovers.|
July 30/15 104th 6.am
|Bald Eagle bathed in 'sweet light'|
Sunrise at Boundary Bay and it was 16c. Later temperatures in Langley hit 32c.
|Juvenile Peregrine Falcon hunting sandpipers.|
Iona Regional Park.
|Moon, Venus and sunset Iona Beach.|
This shot made up for not finding any Common Nighthawks and all the pesky mosquitos.
See you around!
"It's never too late to start birding"
Absolutely stunning shots John! Glad to have you back! Great seeing you at the bay.ReplyDelete
Thanks for all your kind comments. Many have told me they enjoyed the accounts.ReplyDelete