I love Canadian Birdies~

Snapped this kestrel today on Vancouver Island. Super excited about all the critters I am seeing.
Cheers to you and more amazing Canadian critters soon~

183 thoughts on “I love Canadian Birdies~

  1. Bonjour CINDY prends le temps
    D’aimer,de rire,de pleurer
    De lire , d’Γ©couter l’intelligence
    De penser ,de jouer cela rappelle notre enfance
    De rΓͺver , surtout de vivre car le temps passe vite
    Et surtout le bonheur d avoir des amis ou amies
    Je te souhaite une belle journΓ©e , une belle semaine

    Belle semaine aussi Γ  tes amis et amies , Γ  ta famille et tous ceux qui de l importance pour toi


    Gros bisous.



    • Christy, I am so in love with this island and The Sunshine Coast. I wanted to move here when I retired, but my hubby was reticent. I just feel so comfortable here with the nature and wild ones, and their citizen protectors. I just learned that generations of Bartons (my father’s famiily) had settled all over Canada. I never knew this. Today was grizzlies, scores of them, river and sea otters, I could go on and on….

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  2. I’m not so sure I like Canadian birdies very much… The Toronto Bluejays just came into Seattle and took 2 of 3 games, putting a damper on our playoff hopes ~ your photos, however, quite brilliant like always Cindy πŸ™‚

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    • I was just in Seattle. I am still reeling from Pike Place Market. Fabulous and full of life, but oh so many tourists! It’s like Disneyland. I put off going there for years when it was less visited and this is my penance. Love all the volcanoes. Beautiful.


      • Summer at Pike Place Market can be miserable…in the fall/winter, nothing better πŸ™‚ My grandparents met at a coffee shop here, so I love it when there is a more blue-collar, working atmosphere there πŸ™‚


        • It was a Thursday mid September. Word has gotten out. The entire world loves Pikes Place Market for good reason. It feels very Latin American open market to me which I love, plus of course, we did go twice, to eat the seafood, which Seattle does like it should be done.


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  5. Goodness, what a complete joy to see and photograph. This little sweetheart must enjoy the temperate climate on the coast as I’ve not seen them in our hood. But I wish I did as she’s so beautiful. The beak looks more like a Budgie or parrot. It’s so different than most wild birds I see. Little poofy wonder. Was it chilly at the time? xk


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