April goulash


This is a small collection of pictures taken this April which didn’t have a posting of their own.

The Northern Shrike foraged in Kokanee Park for rodents for about three weeks this month before heading north.

The shrike rarely sings but one time in mid-month it let forth. Photo by Cynthia Fraser.

And then it flew in search of prey. Photo for Cynthia Fraser.

This picture of a toadlet was taken on April 20, which is surprisingly early. 

Canada Goose parents supervise their seven chicks.

A Downy Woodpecker was foraging for comestibles.

This confusing picture of Tree Swallows shows the changing of the food supplier for chicks. One parent is leaving the nest and another is arriving. The job is endless.


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2 Responses to April goulash

  1. Gail Frampton says:

    Gorgeous photos once again!
    You both seem to have the knack of capturing these animals- some I have never heard of before! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Carol Monaghan says:

    It’s always a pleasure to check out your blog. Wonderful photos.

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