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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

World Bird Wednesday - Photos from BC

I am not a regular poster for World Bird Wednesday hosted by Pine River Review but I knew I had to do it when I came home with these photos from our trip to British Columbia in May.  We saw so much wildlife, but the bald eagle takes the cake for posing at dinner time no less on top of the building across from the restaurant where we were enjoying our meal in Prince Rupert, BC.




We were told of a place where you can see lots of bald eagles by the waitress after the male above flew away.  So we drove to the spot and spied this one sitting on the flag pole where he belongs.   I guess its really a light pole.
 
This heron was watching him too.
 

The loons below were caught on camera a Lake Beauvert in Jasper National Park.


 Okay so the rest of these aren't birds but they were fun to photograph.
Seal in the harbor at Prince Rupert, BC.
Moose on the roadside in BC.
Elk shedding in Jasper National Park.  It was calving season.
Big horn sheep in Jasper.
Elk in Jasper.
Black bear on the road from Maligne Lake in Jasper.
Grizzly on the roadside in BC.

Big horn sheep on the road from Miette Hotsprings, Jasper.




11 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Wow, awesome collection of birds and critters. Thanks for sharing, have a great day!

mick said...

The eagle is magnificent and the rest of the "creatures" are very interesting also. Are the elk? and why does one have a collar on?

1st Man said...

BEAUTIFUL pictures. How cool to see all that wildlife. I've never seen a Bale Eagle in person, much have been pretty spectacular. Thanks for sharing!

Marcia said...

There is an elk with a collar. It was in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. I assume the track the wildlife. I guess I should put labels under the animals. I'll do that now.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Wow Marcia.... Great pictures not only of the birds but also the other wildlife you saw in BC. That Bald Eagle is gorgeous --one of my fav's... Thanks for sharing.
Hugs,
Betsy

Marcia said...

It's funny how that bald eagle appeared because I had said to Dan that day that the bald eagle was next on my list to see since I'd seen the bears, moose, elk and others. We were at dinner in front of a big picture window and the people at the table across the aisle said look at that eagle. There it was just waiting to be photographed.

Birds, Bees, Berries, and Blooms said...

Great photos. It must have been an exciting trip to see all of those animals. Thanks for sharing.

Gary said...

Isn't Canada an incredible place to travel?? Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

HolleyGarden said...

How exciting to see a bald eagle - and how nice of the waitress to tell you where to see more! The other photos are fabulous, too. I really like the big horn sheep with those mountains in the background. Amazing sights!

bailey-road.com said...

Wonderful wildlife series!

Dan said...

Great shots!

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