Southwestern British Columbia Photography Gallery

Snowy Owl in Flight
Male and Female Snowy Owls
Snowy Owl Ready for Flight
Snowy Owl Perched on Log
Snowy Owl Perched on Driftwood
Snowy Owl Perched on Driftwood
Snowy Owls Resting
Pileated Woodpecker Pecking for Food
Pileated Woodpecker Looking Toward the Sky
Pileated Woodpecker Pecking for Food
Black Crowned Night Heron Perched in a Tree
Black Crowned Night Heron Perched in a Tree
Wood Duck on Log
Wood Duck Swimming
Wood Duck on Log
Black Squirrel Hiding Behind Branch
Black Squirrel Hiding Behind Branch
Black Squirrel Peeking Around a Tree
Bald Eagles in Tree
Great Blue Heron Above Foggy Waters
Saw Whet Owl in Tree
Saw Whet Owl in Tree
Saw Whet Owl in Tree
Alaksen National Wildlife Area Trail
Resting Barred Owl
Male and Female Snowy Owls

Southwestern British Columbia Information

The Boundary Bay area of southwestern British Columbia is home to a variety of bird life, both native and migratory to the area. The Vancouver region receives all kinds of feathered visitors, including the great snowy owl that descends to the area in large numbers from the Arctic. In addition, bald eagles, pileated woodpeckers, and many other types of owls can be found in several protected parks throughout the land, many of which can be seen at Boundary Bay Regional Park and the Alaksen National Wildlife Area.

26 total photos in this gallery

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