Throughout February & March I was constantly on the lookout for Bald Eagles during my day trips in and around the Comox Valley. Following are the results of my searches.
This one is a juvenile - I was told - because it still had spotting on its chest and the adult bald eagles don't acquire their magnificent white crowning feathers until the birds are about 4-5 years old.
This group were on the Lazo Bay boat ramp, awaiting fish spoils from the boats that had been out catching Herring & Salmon
What magnificent creatures they are! I never tired of seeking them out and observing their graceful flight.
Some of the many things that delight me about Vancouver Island include its abundance of water, trees and parks. My Canadian friend took me to Little Qualicum Falls and the following shots encapsulate that outing.