Birding in British Columbia

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 Post subject: Re: Queen Elizabeth Park birding reports
PostPosted: May 15 11:02 am 
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Here's a photo of the male Blue-winged Teal on the duck pond from this morning:

ImageBlue-winged Teal by lironsnaturephotography.com, on Flickr

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 Post subject: Re: Queen Elizabeth Park birding reports
PostPosted: May 15 12:16 pm 
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Beautiful shot! I love seeing these beauties back!


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 Post subject: Re: Queen Elizabeth Park birding reports
PostPosted: May 15 12:42 pm 
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Gorgeous and nice find for QE Liron!

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 Post subject: Re: Queen Elizabeth Park birding reports
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Saw 6 species of warblers this morning, Yellow-rumped, Wilson's, Orange-crowned, Nashville, Townsend's, Black-throated gray.


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 Post subject: Re: Queen Elizabeth Park birding reports
PostPosted: May 04 12:34 pm 
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Got 3 bright male Western tanagers in my binoculars' field-of-view. :D
(Actually heard tanager call Tuesday morning but didn't see.)
And saw a Townsend's solitaire, an Olive-sided flycatcher.
And Warbling vireos are back.
And got 2 Nashville warblers in my binoculars.

All from lawn bowling area.


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