Nov1/15 Tsawwassen Jetty Sun 12c
Following a month of World Cup rugby it was time to go birding. I suppose the piles of leaves in the driveway can wait a few more days!
First stop was the ferry jetty in search of Snow Buntings. After looking everywhere I instead came across a pair of Black Turnstone feeding on the shoreline.
|A pair of Black Turnstones forage at the hight tide line.
|This is as close as it gets. This bird almost walked under my tripod. I held my breath so as not to flush it.
|I include this purely because I like the composition.
All the remaining images taken handheld with the Nikon D7100 and Nikon 200mm-500mm
|Dunlin in Flight
Riefel Migratory Bird Sanctuary
|Black-crowned night Heron
I really like the soft background in this photo.
|The varied tones in this images evoke the time of year.
|I watched this Peregrine Falcon swoop over the outer ponds at Reifel. Later on I found feasting on a sandpiper which it had just caught.
|The discs surrounding the eyes of the owl allow it to pick-up the slightest movement in the undergrowth.
"It's never too late to start birding"
Langley/Cloverdale BC Canada