Anne Murray

A humpback whale tail arises out of the water.

Whales on the move

Our coastal waters are an essential stop-over for migrating wildlife.

A humpback whale tail arises out of the water.
The importance of light and darkness in nature

The importance of light and darkness in nature

Changes of the seasons tied with Earth's turn on its axis.

The importance of light and darkness in nature
Snowy owl at Boundary Bay.

Enjoying wildlife around the bay

The number of snowy owls spotted in Boundary Bay is unusually high this year.

Snowy owl at Boundary Bay.
Some flocks contains thousands of birds.

Birds: When thousands move as one

Large flocks can be a marvellous site, similar to that seen in schooling fish.

Some flocks contains thousands of birds.
Sunrise on Boundary Bay.

The Fraser delta – a migration magnet for birds, whales and fish

Hundreds of thousands of waterfowl and several million shorebirds gather on our local shores, as well as songbirds, raptors and gulls.

Sunrise on Boundary Bay.
A peaceful view in Blackie Spit Park.

A slow summer walk at Blackie Spit Park

An abundance of interesting plants, birds and other wildlife is found in local parks.

A peaceful view in Blackie Spit Park.
The lazuli bunting sings the blues

The lazuli bunting sings the blues

Small songbird frequents Boundary Bay.

The lazuli bunting sings the blues
A female house sparrow perches on a branch at the Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary on Westham Island in Delta.

Watching wildlife is good for the soul

Spring is here – get out and enjoy nature.

A female house sparrow perches on a branch at the Reifel Migratory Bird Sanctuary on Westham Island in Delta.
Get a jump on whale spotting

Get a jump on whale spotting

Pods becoming easier to see.

Get a jump on whale spotting
A Spotted Towhee sheltering in a tangle of vegetation.

Plan early for a spring bird-friendly garden

Make your space eco-friendly.

A Spotted Towhee sheltering in a tangle of vegetation.