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I'm usually a month or two behind in my work flow Finalization process. Sometimes I make a few quick and dirty JPEGs ("Prelims") from current images. In this instance there is one photo I particulary like. Easy to figure out which one.

Recently I have been hearing many many calls from Swainson's Thrushes. Easy to ID, but I have found it difficult to obtain an unobstructed photo. Here's one.


There was a report of a Snowy Plover seen at Boundary Bay in the company of some Western Sandpipers. I took a walk out there and found a Plover being followed by some Western Sandpipers, but it was a Semipalmated Plover. Nice photos, though.



While out on the mudflats I did come across a pair of larger Plovers, antisocial birds not interested in posing for photos. This is the male. Appears to be a Pacific Golden Plover. The female stayed close to the nearby reeds. Distant images.


And a nice photo of a singing Wilson's Warbler. First time I've seen this behaviour as the bird is usually a skulker.


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