Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

Wednesday’s Photos

Wild Birds of the Arrow Lakes

On today’s post we will look at the grouse, the merganser, the mallard duck, the cedar waxwing and the bald eagle. These wild birds are well established in our region and can be easily observed in the water and on land. Of course, the list of annual visitors is by no means complete. Some time in the near future I will have to present a complementary post on the osprey, the Canada geese, the blue heron, and other birds, which have made the Arrow Lakes their home. I hope you will enjoy the images.

grouse
The Grouse
merganser
Merganser Pair photographed from the Canoe
mallard pair
Mallard Ducks in a local Drainage Ditch
waxwing
The Cedar Waxwing taking a Break at Taite Creek
bald eagle
I was lucky to capture the Bald Eagle at Ground Level

You can also view my photo stream at flickr.com. Photos are taken mostly from the Arrow Lakes area. Simply search for Peter Klopp under people.

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