This is a collection of images from June, none of which has had a posting of its own.
The Cedar Waxwing breeds around here in the summer.
This Eastern Kingbird feels the need to express its opinion.
A Cedar Waxwing flies across a field of flowers.
There have been thunderstorms of late. When precipitation falls from the thunderstorm anvil into the clear air below, it sometimes drags large pendulous pockets of air down with it. These dark pendulous blobs are called mamma.
A Black-billed Magpie, here caught in flight, is common in some parts of BC, but not here.
Black-billed Magpies mate for life. During their courtship they use a tail-spreading display. The female, the smaller of the two, initiates the interaction by begging for food.
A Northern Rough-winged Swallow has a serene pose.
I rarely see a doe and a buck browsing together, but here they are.
Wild Turkey chicks stay close to mommy.