2019 June Squamish Estuary

Dort and I went for a walk through the Squamish estuary this afternoon. Despite it being late in the day, there was lots of bird activity, including a large flock of the beautiful Cedar Waxwings (Bombycilla cedrorum) were feasting on Mountain Ash berries. We also saw a number of flickers, humming birds, and bear scat – the foxgloves are just coming out, as is the fireweed – the lupins have come and gone. All shots were taken with a hand held F4 300 mm lens, so are a bit “soft” – pictures can be seen by clicking on this link or the embedded photo.