June goulash

 

This a collection of June images, none of which has had a posting of its own.

A female Common Yellowthroat watches for insects to eat.
A male Common Yellowthroat has managed to catch a bug to eat.

Two Yellow-bellied Marmots enjoy a friendly tussle.

A female Goldeneye rises from out of the water.

An osprey and her chick look out of a massive nest.

A Pacific-slope Flycatcher incubates her eggs in a tiny nest.

A female Black-headed Grosbeak hunts for insects — she was a grand sight.

A White-tailed buck, with starter antlers, hunts for comestibles in a field.

Finally, a panorama from the side of Morning Mountain. On the right is Nelson, the West Arm of Kootenay Lake, and beyond them, the snow-covered mountains of Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park. In the centre is Grohman Creek and (on the ridge) the Baldface Ski Resort. The mountains of Valhalla Provincial Park are on the far left.
Move the cursor to (mobile: tap imageĀ at) various places across the frame to see it all.

 

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One Response to June goulash

  1. Christine says:

    Thanks for all the nature sights!

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