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Taken by:2Learn.ca Provincial Team on 13/05/2005 A Floating Nest
For a wetland bird, nesting in a tree takes on a whole new meaning. [Dwnl]
Taken by:2Learn.ca Team on 12/08/2012 American Coot [1 of 5]
American Coots are wetland birds that are commonly mistaken for ducks. [Dwnl]
Taken by: Denny May, Edmonton AB on 01/08/1961 A Nest of Baby Robins
This nest of birds was right in the middle of the Boy Scouts Camp Woods on Sylvan Lake, Alberta. [Dwnl]
Taken by:2Learn.ca Team on 12/08/2012 American Coot [2 of 5]
Adult American Coots have a short thick white bill and white front shield, and have a brown spot near the top of the bill between the eyes. Males and females look alike. [Dwnl]
Taken by:Linda Miller on 13/05/2006 A Snack in the Park
Some Canada Geese nibble on some treats while walking in a Strathcona County park. [Dwnl]
Taken by:2Learn.ca Team on 12/08/2012 American Coot [3 of 5]
American Coots are found near cattail and reed surrounded lakes and ponds, and open marshes. [Dwnl]
Taken by:Bruce McGillivray on 19/04/2008 A Snowy Owl on a Pole
This female snowy owl was watching a stubble field. She spotted a covey of sharptail grouse feeding and swooped down on the group and caught one of the group. She tried to fly off with her prey but it was so heavy that she could only fly a short distance before resting. [Dwnl]
Taken by:2Learn.ca Team on 12/08/2012 American Coot [4 of 5]
American Coots are commonly mistaken for ducks. Unlike ducks, Coots have broad lobes of skin that fold back with each step in order to walk on dry land. They live near wetlands. [Dwnl]
Taken by:public domain on 11/02/2013 Acorn Woodpecker
This is a close-up of an Acorn Woodpecker. These birds are found in Alberta. This photo is in the public domain. [Dwnl]
Taken by:2Learn.ca Team on 12/08/2012 American Coot [5 of 5]
American Coots are somewhat comical in appearance. They have a round body and a distinctive face. [Dwnl]
Taken by:public domain on 31/01/2013 Adult Goshawk Up Close
This is a close-up of a adult Goshawk. This hawk is a bird common to Alberta. This photo is in the public domain. [Dwnl]
Taken by:public domain on 11/02/2013 American Golden Plover
This is a close-up of an American Golden Plover. These birds are found in Alberta. This photo is in the public domain. [Dwnl]
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