Great Blue Heron at sunset on Boundary Bay, a chief stopover area, on the Pacific Coast migratory bird flyway.
Tufted Puffin, Triangle Island Ecological Reserve, British Columbia.
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This familiar bird on the B.C. coast is suffering decline because of pollution and habitat loss.
The black-throated green warbler (Dendroica virens) is one of the colourful oldgrowth dependent neotropical migrating songbirds that nest in Canada's boreal forest. Because of oldgrowth logging, they are in decline.
The short eared owl is a medium sized raptor that lives in marshes, prairies and tundra.
Bohemian Waxwing is a northern boreal forest songbird.
Named after its peculiar call, the northern saw-whet owl (Aegolius acadicus) is a small "earless" owl that will elongate its body when threatened in order to mimic tree foliage.
This pair of cedar waxwings with a distinctive black mask and jaunty chest are a bird lover's delight.
Known for its distinctive "jay-jay" calls and its vibrant blue crest, the exotic-looking blue Jay (Cyanocitta cristata) is found east of the Rocky Mountains.
The black-capped chickadee (Poecile atricapilla) is one of the most common - and most beloved - birds in Canada, playing an important role in naturally controlling insects in our forests.
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