Prothonotary Warbler

Prothonotary Warbler

Monday, 3 July 2017

Wild Canadians

Just in case you thought I was referring to some of the folks you knew back in your high school or university days....relax. Nor am I going to delve in your own past as a possible wild Canadian :-).

As we celebrate Canada's 150th birthday milestone and head into the next number of years, we are constantly reminded about our society's diversity. This post will feature some of my favourite wild Canadians...those native denizens of this wonderful country many readers will call home. (Please note that although the common names of some of these critters are 'American' such and such, they are all Canadian at least for part of the year, and were photographed in Canada.)

American Rubyspot
American Woodcock
Bald Eagle
Baltimore Oriole
Black-and-white Warbler
Beech Blight Aphid
Black Swallowtail
Blue-gray Gnatcathcer
Calico Pennant
Canada Goose
Caspian Tern
Cedar Waxwing
Common Buckeye
Dunlin
Eastern Chipmunk
Gray Squirrel
Eastern Tiger Swallowtail
Eastern Towhee
Ring-billed Gulls
Great Blue Heron
Great Horned Owlets
Green Heron
Great Egret
Groundhog
Leopard Frog
Lesser Scaup
Lesser Yellowlegs
Long-tailed Duck
Marbled Godwit
Mink
Monarch
Northern Cardinal
Virginia Opossum
Midland Painted Turtle
Peck's Skipper
Raccoon

Rose-breasted Grosbeak
Red-breasted Merganser
Red-banded Leafhopper
Red-headed Woodpecker
Red-winged Blackbird
Scarlet Tanager
Short-eared Owl
Common Snapping Turtle
Snowy Owl
Spicebush Swallowtail on Cylindric Blazing-star
Tundra Swans
Turkey Vulture
American White Pelican


White-faced Meadowhawk feasting on mosquito
White-tailed Deer
Wild Turkey
Wood Duck
White-tailed Deer
Yellow-headed Blackbird
Zebra (Jumping) Spider


2 comments:

  1. Hope you had a Happy Canada day all you wild Canadians.
    Delightful to meet such a big variety of you today.
    Love and blessings, Paula.

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    1. Hi Paula...thanks for the greetings. It was an awesome year to celebrate! Hope you are doing well.

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