Monday, February 15, 2010


Along the road passing the entrance to Centennial Beach Park, on Boundary Bay, wide open marshland provides good hunting grounds for raptors. We usually see at least one, often perched on a hydro pole by the roadside. We stop to take photos; the hawk flies away. Today there were three, and one was a bit slow to leave. Laurie got three shots at it through the window.

Red-tailed hawk

Trees and clouds at the end of the field. With hawk, unidentifiable.

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