Pictures taken by Lions Bay residents in the Village
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One of two eaglets born in May 2021 is just visible by the parent's tail feathers. Photo by John Dudley, taken from the Eagle View Loop.
The surviving eaglet, taken at the end of May 2021.Photo by John Dudley, taken from the Eagle View Loop.
By June, the eaglet has grown substantially. Photo by John Dudley, taken from the Eagle View Loop.
Spotted by John Robb in late January 2022 on Mountain, on his way home one night.
In the record-breaking cold of January 2022, this little hummer was snapped on Rod Baker's feeder in Kelvin Grove. Residents scrambled to keep nectar from freezing by cleverly heating feeders or swapping them out frequently as temperatures remained below freezing for an unusually lengthy period.
"Ryan Gosling" was seen wandering around Brunswick Beach and Lions Bay Beach Park in 2021 after his flock had migrated. Clearly in need of help, he was taken to Wildlife Rescue in Burnaby for treatment and rehab. Photo by Vikki Dee.
Another great photo courtesy of Rod Baker in Kelvin Grove.
Bird house and photo by Rod Baker in Kelvin Grove.
Photo by Monica Fitz.