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1 2 Isabella Tiger Moth caterpillar

Isabella Tiger Moth caterpillar

by birdlady6000Pitt Meadows, British Columbia, Canada

What was this little guy doing out on a cold January day?!

0 0 Unknown bird's nest

Unknown bird's nest

by KathleenMcEachernPitt Meadows, British Columbia, Canada

Like a gift this tidy grass nest was sitting at eye level just off the Katzie ...

1 0 Beaver work

Beaver work

by birdlady6000

to obtain their food and to build their dams and lodges. Many of the trees on ...

1 0 Unknown Dragonfly

Unknown Dragonfly

by KathleenMcEachernPitt Meadows, British Columbia, Canada

Amber coloured dragonfly, with black veined wings, no spots on them. Tail is ...

2 0 Great Blue Heron

Great Blue Heron

by KathleenMcEachernBritish Columbia, Canada

See excellent reference!

1 0 Black-capped Chickadee

Black-capped Chickadee

by KathleenMcEachernBritish Columbia, Canada

Black cap, grey back, white cheeks, fluffy, round appearance especially in ...

0 3 Trumpeter Swan

Trumpeter Swan

by birdlady6000

large swan (60 inches) with no yellow on it face. Call is a single or double ...

1 2 Parmelia sulcata?

Parmelia sulcata?

by KathleenMcEachern

tubular lichen loosely growing on a dead branch lying in the leafy forest duff.

2 3 Lorquin's Admiral

Lorquin's Admiral

by KathleenMcEachernPitt Meadows, British Columbia, Canada

Dark brown, blackish wings both front and back with a band of white spots on ...

4 1 Margined White

Margined White

by KathleenMcEachernPitt Meadows, British Columbia, Canada

Antennae are striped and clubbed at the end. Slightly darker margin on forewing ...

7 0 Bald Eagle - adult

Bald Eagle - adult

by KathleenMcEachernMaple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada

Full adult plumage, white head and tail, black/brown body and wings, bright ...

1 0 Northern Harrier

Northern Harrier

by birdlady6000

This is the only harrier species in North America. The female was harrassing ...

9 3 Gyrfalcon - dark morph

Gyrfalcon - dark morph

by birdlady6000British Columbia, Canada

Large bulky falcon with barrel-shaped chest. This bird is leaning towards a ...

5 2 Northern Shrike

Northern Shrike

by KathleenMcEachernBritish Columbia, Canada

More barred and brownish than the adult Northern Shrike. Already has the black ...

1 2 Double-crested Cormorant

Double-crested Cormorant

by birdlady6000

large bulky cormorant, flies with bent neck, orange,gold gular patch all year ...

1 0 Great Blue Heron

Great Blue Heron

by birdlady6000Pitt Meadows, British Columbia, Canada

Hunkered down from the wind on this cold January day, this heron does not show ...

1 0 Bald Eagle - 3rd Year

Bald Eagle - 3rd Year

by KathleenMcEachernBritish Columbia, Canada

See spotting: http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/1176396008 for description ...

1 0 Belted Kingfisher -  male

Belted Kingfisher - male

by KathleenMcEachernBritish Columbia, Canada

Slate blue/grey like the colour of the lake that day. Long beak for grabbing ...

3 2 Peregrine Falcon

Peregrine Falcon

by KathleenMcEachernMaple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada

Distinctive black helmet that extends well below the eye in this probably ...

3 0 Common Raven

Common Raven

by KathleenMcEachernMaple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada

large black corvid with heavy black beak, black legs, eyes. Water and sunlight ...

5 0 Golden-crowned Kinglet

Golden-crowned Kinglet

by KathleenMcEachernBritish Columbia, Canada

smaller than a chickadee, black fine beak with moustachial stripe, black eyes ...

9 6 Coyote

Coyote

by KathleenMcEachernPitt Meadows, British Columbia, Canada

Similar to a medium sized dog with erect pointed ears and seems to always look ...

5 2 Sandhill Crane

Sandhill Crane

by KathleenMcEachernDelta, British Columbia, Canada

Stately crane, grey with red skin on lores and crown, black legs and beak.

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