As a creature of the woodlands, forests, and mountains, chances are good that if you live in Canada or just about any U.S. state, you’ve probably encountered an American Treecreeper–but you may not have realized it! Continue reading
Monthly Archives: July 2016
My premier visit to Langley’s Campbell Valley Regional Park on July 2 yielded an unexpected closeup with those delightful summer visitors known as Black-Headed Grosbeaks. The handsome fellow below was Continue reading
The Bushtits are Back!
This gallery contains 4 photos. For sheer cuteness, nothing rivals the drab-colored bushtits, extremely social songbirds who flock with others of their kind in large numbers at all times and are seen year round in Metro Continue reading
This gallery contains 2 photos. Long a bird whom I’ve only seen from afar on dolphins (dock pilings, not the mammals), or doing flyovers in Stanley Park, the Double-Crested Cormorant looks Continue reading