May’s goulash


These are a few shots taken this May that didn’t have their own posting.

The Northern Shoveller is somewhat uncommon bird that is seen most often migrating north in the spring and south in the fall.

One of Nelson’s Great Horned Chicks photographed by Cynthia Fraser

I don’t see otters very often, but here one is.

A flotilla of Canada Geese in fog, but with no chicks.

A juvenile Goshawk express itself. 

In mid-April I saw a Black-capped Chickadee couple excavating a knot in a snag. By mid-May they were feeding chicks in the cavity. I have yet to see the chicks.


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4 Responses to May’s goulash

  1. Trevor Goward says:

    Thanks so much Alistair. These images are rays of sunlight on a cloudy May morning – the flotilla in fog not excepting.

  2. Leibowitz says:

    I was just in Toronto and my favorite goulash place seemed to have disappeared. Is it just me, or does the goulash tend not to record the meteorological? Whereas, I find many of the weather reports to be information science for my sensibilities. Alles Gute zum Geburtstag!

  3. Karen Pidcock says:

    Lovely pot potpourri, as usual…thanks, Alistair!

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