Citrine Wagtail still in the Comox Valley!

March 8th, 2013  |  By  |  Published in Bird Watching, Birds

Update: March 24, 2013 Last confirmed sighting of the Citrine Wagtail on eBird was Thursday, March 21. However, since that time, access to the farm lane has been restricted due to active farming and the lane is gated. Original Post I have to admit that during the dark days of January, 2013 I had written the citrine […]

Where’s Wagtail?

January 2nd, 2013  |  By  |  Published in Bird Watching, Birds

Update: March 24, 2013 Last confirmed sighting of the Citrine Wagtail on eBird was Thursday, March 21. However, since that time, access to the farm lane has been restricted due to active farming and the lane is gated. Update: March 6, 2013 Checked the original farm site on Wednesday, March 6 with Viktor Davare and had […]

Citrine Wagtail in Comox – Saturday, December 1, 2012

December 2nd, 2012  |  By  |  Published in Bird Watching, Birds

Update: March 24, 2013 Last confirmed sighting of the Citrine Wagtail on eBird was Thursday, March 21. However, since that time, access to the farm lane has been restricted due to active farming and the lane is gated. Update: March 6, 2013 Checked the original farm site on Wednesday, March 6 with Viktor Davare and had a […]

Citrine Wagtail – Mega Twitch Dip Tick

November 20th, 2012  |  By  |  Published in Bird Watching, Birds

Update: March 24, 2013 Last confirmed sighting of the Citrine Wagtail on eBird was Thursday, March 21. However, since that time, access to the farm lane has been restricted due to active farming and the lane is gated. Update: March 6, 2013 Checked the original farm site on Wednesday, March 6 with Viktor Davare and had a […]

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    A bit of a break in the weather at Wickaninnish Beach on Sunday - spent the day watching the waves from the front deck of the Kwisitis Centre in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve​. At high tide, the waves were coming up to the driftwood at the top of the tide line, water was murky with sediment and broken diatoms. Surf kayakers were having a blast!

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    With the weather systems moving through Vancouver Island this week the chances of dramatic storm conditions provide short windows of opportunity for photography. On Saturday night I checked out the failed Wyndansea real estate development in Uculelet - the coastline is absolutely spectacular and the waves were intense with the storm conditions. Obvious why the developers chose this location, it is absolutely stunning.

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    There seemed to be pockets of calm in today’s storm and late this afternoon after work I found one down at Florencia Bay. I liked the way that the clouds were shaping up over the bay and the size of the waves - a group of four surfers tried to tackle the water but it looked too rough for them and they came back in quickly. I included them with their boards in some of my first images but wasn’t quite happy with what I was getting. It was when they ran back to the water without their boards that I got the image that I was looking for.

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