I am catching up so this first set of photos comes from an outing on October 29th. We took the bike path along English Bay and Sunset Beach (Vancouver) where we saw two mystery geese.
I'll jump ahead to January sightings now. Black Jack had a lovely run under the Cambie Bridge when the sun again burst through a mostly overcast sky.
I'm still enjoying the Anna's Hummingbirds at our window feeder. This one posed for a moment in the tree beside the balcony.
On Thursday, we saw a large flock of Barrow's Goldeneyes in False Creek. It was overcast and they were too far away to get much of a shot, but here are a few of them. I've never seen so many of them appearing to lie on their sides.
Yesterday, after our trip to the post office to mail some very late presents, we walked along False Creek in Spring-like weather. Bill always admires this bush with yellow flowers.
We heard the unmistakeable sound of angry hummers, and Bill caught sight of one, though I wasn't able to get a photo. This Dark-eyed Junco was making..
Whoops, one more set of catch-up photos, these taken on Christmas Day. It was another of those overcast days when the sun suddenly burst through the clouds as we were riding along the False Creek bike path. A kind gentleman took this photo of the three of us. I'm still using an old bike jacket over two other coats as a way to keep Black Jack cozy in her basket. That's working really well, as is the hat we bought recently for colder days (shown in this post).
This one is just 6 seconds long, showing Black Jack dancing for her treats.
This one is 21 seconds long. Bill gives her the treat and we say a "thank you" to Jane. It is such a delight to not only hear wonderful music at these concerts, but to visit with warm-hearted critter-loving friends! That's the post for today. Many thanks, as always, for stopping by!