This gallery contains 3 photos. North America’s largest woodpecker has been another hit and miss for me. Two years ago, I found my first Pileated Woodpecker, a gorgeous Continue reading
Author Archives: W.H. SIM
This gallery contains 5 photos. Almost a year has passed since I first saw a pair of female Harlequin ducks at Ambleside Park in West Vancouver. Save for a few white spots on their faces, Continue reading
Love Those Doves!
This gallery contains 3 photos. We’re used to seeing that urban and cosmopolitan bird, the Rock Pigeon, in so many parts of the world–but have Continue reading
I am drawn to the natural world, and Boundary Bay, British Columbia, is one of the premier places in Metro Vancouver within which to bird and photograph wildlife. Located immediately Continue reading
This gallery contains 5 photos. A restless bundle of energy with a fondness for early fruit blossoms in the spring, I have had the fortune of seeing Orange-Crowned Warblers in the backyard Continue reading
This gallery contains 4 photos. On a sunny but relatively birdless Good Friday 2017, our encounter with a magnificent male Ring-Necked Pheasant in one of least likely places you’d expect Continue reading
This gallery contains 3 photos. There’s just something about the Eastern Kingbird that makes this large tyrant flycatcher stand apart from its (non-blueblooded) cousins. Certainly, its striking Continue reading
This gallery contains 6 photos. My experiences with photographing songbirds of the blue-colored persuasion–notably, Lazuli Buntings, Steller’s Jays, Harlequin Ducks, and Belted Kingfishers–have been erring Continue reading
This gallery contains 5 photos. Mallards, or Wild Ducks, are the most widespread and commonly seen ducks in the world, and we take them for granted, but did you Continue reading
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