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  • Red Tailed Hawk

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    Red Tailed Hawk

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    Ooooh, raptors. Perhaps not the sweetest birds, but possibly the most exciting. They are fierce, and no nonsense. Raptors gotta eat! The call of the Red Tailed Hawk is often heard on the soundtrack of old movie westerns. Listen for them as you hike around this beautiful lake.

    Ooooh, raptors. Perhaps not the sweetest birds, but possibly the most exciting. They are fierce, and no nonsense. Raptors gotta eat! The call of the Red Tailed Hawk is often heard on the soundtrack of old movie westerns. Listen for them as you hike around this beautiful lake.

    artist: Marsha Arbour
    region: Greater Victoria
    closest community: View Royal
    original medium: Acrylic

     

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  • Junco

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    Junco

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    Black-eyed Juncos are easy to identify for new birders. Those black heads. And pinkish beaks. And that even, musical trill. This one is an Oregon Junco. There’s a rare sub-species to keep an eye out for: the  Gray-headed Junco with a reddish-brown back. Last recorded sighting was in 1975 at the Little Qualicum River estuary.

    Black-eyed Juncos are easy to identify for new birders. Those black heads. And pinkish beaks. And that even, musical trill. This one is an Oregon Junco. There’s a rare sub-species to keep an eye out for: the  Gray-headed Junco with a reddish-brown back. Last recorded sighting was in 1975 at the Little Qualicum River estuary.

    artist: Marsha Arbour
    region: Central Island
    closest community: Qualicum Beach
    original medium: Acrylic

     

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  • Gull

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    Gull

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    This is the look that a gull gave me when I was sitting on the deck of a cabin near the ocean on Juan De Fuca Strait. I had been having a snack. I believe the gull is asking “where’s mine?”

    This is the look that a gull gave me when I was sitting on the deck of a cabin near the ocean on Juan De Fuca Strait. I had been having a snack. I believe the gull is asking “where’s mine?”

    artist: Marsha Arbour
    region: Greater Victoria
    closest community: Sooke
    original medium: Acrylic

     

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