FINE FEATHERED FRIENDS
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3w ago
A few more shots of my Raven friends never hurt ..read more
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NATURAL BORN KILLERS
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3w ago
There was a pigeon hanging around recently with what looked like a broken wing. I guess it couldn’t get enough to eat and made the mistake of going after what the Ravens were eating. Before I knew what was happening one of the Raven chicks had attacked it! It was plucking the feathers off of it. I felt sorry for the poor thing! I checked 15 minutes later and the pigeon was gone. In Nature there are nether rewards nor punishments, only consequences ..read more
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THE KIDS
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3w ago
Robbie and Rita brought their kids over to introduce them! They had 4 chicks this year (like last). I always know when they are around as the chicks squawk loudly! I’m sure in “Ravenese” It means “FEED ME……NOW”! Now when I ride down the street I have my own “Unkindness” of Ravens following………squawking to beat the band ..read more
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RAVEN MOON
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3M ago
Robbie and Rita posed for me with the moon ..read more
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ROBBIE
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3M ago
My friend Robbie likes to fly with me when I’m coasting down the hill. No matter how fast I go, he always goes faster! I haven’t seen Rita in almost a month. That can mean only one thing……..they are nesting ..read more
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THE VOID
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4M ago
I’m a sucker for sunsets. Because of Tofino’s geographic situation, there isn’t any land to the west of us. Creating a beautiful canvas for nature to paint upon. I have a theory about people and sunsets. As a species, we learned a long time ago that the day was “good” and the night was “bad”. Our eyesight wasn’t designed for night vision. A predator could prey upon you If you went walking around at night in the forest. So we had it branded into our DNA that we need sunlight to survive. Our ancestral DNA recorded this collective common experience. Over the years I have observed an interesting ..read more
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TOFINO’S WINTER DRESS
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4M ago
We do not get much snow here in Tofino. Up until a few days ago, we hadn’t seen a single flake. When we do get snow Tofino just seems to sparkle even more ! While other curse the stuff, we love it…….maybe because we know It won’t be hanging around very long. I’m guessing that the thermocline was around 1000 feet ..read more
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INTRODUCING BABSJE
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5M ago
Originally I called this Blue Heron “Harriet”. I now am going to call her “Babsje”in memory of Babsje who recently passed. She loved these beautiful birds like no other and took the most amazing pictures of them. She would paddle her kayak around the lake, visiting them like old friends. I liked to think that she will be reincarnated this Spring as a Blue Heron at the same lake. Her legacy is recognized ..read more
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ERNIE’S CLOSE UP
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5M ago
This is Ernie. Ernie and Ethel claim this tree as one of their perching trees. In a given eagles territory, they will have many of these perching trees. They almost always have the best aerial real estate. Eagles territories are kind of like puzzle pieces. They all fit together. Tofino’s harbour has about a dozen of these puzzle pieces and they all butt up against each other. This is Ernie and Ethel’s favourite perching spot. Eagles prefer old growth trees as they are usually are the tallest and with the best view. Being beside water is another thing all eagles insist upon. This tree is calle ..read more
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PASSED
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5M ago
I just found out that Babsje Gilm has passed away. I do not know why but suspect Covid ..read more
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