Saturday, 3 June 2017

Photos - Week of 28 May 2017

Witnessed a Bald Eagle hunting fish. Got some photos but they are very poor. The Eagle dove into the lake and completely submerged. It then flew behind a spit of land to stalk some Mallards but the Mallards must have been on high alert for as soon as the Eagle crested the spit of land the Mallards were off making a tremendous noise.
Bald Eagle
Beginning of dive. 

About to enter the water

Exiting the water

Baltimore Oriole peeping in

Baltimore Oriole Female

Black Capped Chickadee

Cackling Goose

Chipping Sparrow

Common Grackle


Downy Woodpecker

Mallard Family

Fort Whyte Trail

Goldfinch Female

Goldfinch Male


Canada Geese - Gosling's

Gosling's headed for a nap

Hairy Woodpecker

Hooded Merganser Family

House Sparrow Male

House Sparrow Female


Mourning Doves

Northern Shoveler



Red Winged Blackbird

Ruddy Duck

Savannah Sparrow

White Breasted Nuthatch

Wilson's Phalarope

Maybe a Wood Duck duckling
Was all alone and chirping madly. I returned to this pond a few hours later and it was still alone and chirping.

Yellow Warbler
Saw several but only managed this photo

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