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This bald eagle was perched about half-way up a tall tree.
Kingfisher and loon painted cut-out figures on exterior wall of the Yellowknife Inn in Yellowknife, NWTDownload
On the corrugated metal exterior wall of the Yellowknife Inn in Yellowknife, facing a parking lot, are painted cut-out figures of birds and berries. Names are given in several languages. These are all part of an urban art project. These two images are of a kingfisher with a fish in it's beak...
On the day this photo was taken, about 20 ring-billed gulls were on the ground and over Frame Lake. At the picnic tables they were quite aggressive, looking for food. They were visible on the rocks of an island in Frame Lake which was also occupied by terns. Ring-bill gulls were also on light...
This snow bunting skin was prepared at the Heinrich Springer Ornithology Laboratory of the Museum of the North, University of Alaska Fairbanks. The skins are mounted on a stick, so that they can be handled without touching the skin. This specimen was collected at St. Neill Island, Big Lake,...