“Northern Shovelers often have their heads down in shallow wetlands, busily sweeping their bills side to side, filtering out aquatic invertebrates and seeds from the
Enjoying a sunny spring day.
Here’s a better shot of a Ring-necked duck taken a few years ago. You can make out his faint neck ring.
This diving duck can be found in many of the birding areas in the Lower Mainland during the winter months.
Male and Female Hooded Merganser grabbing a nap. I love these ducks but they are pretty shy and I find it really hard to get
I am guessing this is a Mallard with lighter colouring than usual. Could be a form of leucism. Not sure but she sure stands out