A Horned Grebe (Podiceps auritus) busy fishing off the White Rock pier.
A Common Loon (Gavia immer) enjoying a bit of fish for lunch.
The female on the left. A pair of Surf Scoter (Melanitta perspicillata) off the pier in White Rock.
A proud Mew Gull (larus canus) standing on the sand at White Rock while the tide is out. I believe this to be an adult Nonbreeding bird.
As the Sun goes down the locals gather at the end of the rock jetty, in White Rock
This rather brave Gull let this lady walk right up to it. When she got there, I think it changed it’s mind. My Gull identification skills are sadly lacking, so I won’t try. Everybody will be saying, “Oh, That’s a Blah, Blah, Blah! Hope you do, then I’ll know!
Bald Eagles on the top of a communications tower at the end of White Rock pier. I’m told there are a large number of Eagles this year because of the size of the Salmon runs. To me it appears these guys were keeping an eye on the Gulls as there were quite a number on the jetty right below them.